|Please send your final presentation (or a link if the file is large) to Danielle if you haven't sent it yet|
Danielle's Reception Hour Tomorrow
|The regular reception hour tomorrow is cancelled, you are welcome to contact Danielle and schedule another time.|
|The final presentations will take place during the last two weeks of the semester (19/06 and 26/06).|
Attendance in both of these two classes is mandatory.
Please enter this link: https://doodle.com/poll/ftrh48vdvgwu46td
and choose a time slot for your presentation.
Note that each time slot includes 30 minutes for your presentation and additional time for questions, plan accordingly.
|Tomorrow (12/06) the tutorial (about subdivision) will take place at 9:30, and the lecture (about remeshing) will be at 10:30 - 12:30.|
HW3 Grade and Feedback
|The grades for HW3 were published, you can view your feedback in the grades website in the submission section.|
|A list of possible papers for the final project is now online, the requirements and the list can be found in the HW assignments section.|
HW2 Grades and Feedback
|The grades for HW2 were published, you can view your feedback in the grades website in the submission section.|
This Week's Class
|The lecture and the tutorial this week are cancelled. See you next week!|
|The third home assignment was published, the due date is May 8th. Good luck!|
HW2 Submission Date
|The second assignment submission date was changed to April 23rd.|
HW1 Grade and Feedback
|The grades for HW1 were published, you can view your feedback in the grades website in the submission section.|
This Week's Class
|This week the tutorial will take place at 9:30 instead of the lecture.|
Please bring your laptops again, and it is recommended to review the syntax of the function "sparse" before the lesson.
|The second assignment was published, good luck!|
|Please bring laptops with Matlab installed to the next tutorial (27/03) if possible.|
In addition, download feline_v_f.mat (course material -> tutorials -> mesh data structures), we will use it during the lesson.
|The first assignment was published, good luck!|
Welcome to Digital Geometry Processing