Computer Graphics 09/10a - Lior Shapira


Course Hours: Monday 13:00-16:00

Classroom: Schreiber 7


Lior Shapira, office in Schreiber M21 (Graphics lab), reception hour Tuesdays 16:00-17:00, email is liors [at] post [dot] tau [dot] ac [dot] il

OpenGL and Exercises - Chen Goldberg (chen email)


The exam dates: 10/02/2010 and 12/03/2010 (moed bet)

Solution to moed aleph

Here are some old exams, not all of them have solutions (ordered from newest and going back)
Note that Only the first four (2007/2008 and 2008/2009) were given by me, the previous ones were given by Professor Cohen-Or

Course Overview

This is a fundamental course in computer graphics. We use the term 'computer graphics' loosely, and include within it almost anything which can be generated and displayed on a computer screen (or some other display device). During the course we will cover as much of these topics as possible:

In addition we will learn go over some linear algebra necessary for 3D graphics, and learn OpenGL, in which we you will implement two or three exercises/projects.


This course is very practical. During the course you will be required to implement three practical projects, all of which are mandatory. Additionaly there will be a final theoretical exam.