These online lectures are provided as a supplementary resource, being a
review of the main topics in CSE 167. Usual caveats apply, in that not all
topics (notably curves) are included, and that some material may be superseded
by newer concepts. The lectures were originally created
for Berkeley's CS 184 class when I taught it in Fall 2012. The
same lectures are available on edX, and are also a public
resource, intended to be a complete self-contained introduction to
computer graphics. The lecture materials here are updated to modern OpenGL
3.1 and GLSL 330.
The lectures are in HD 720p (suitable for
full-screen viewing if desired). They are hosted on our
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lectures are posted).
The summary below includes the YT
for the YouTube video page (the main link is to the YouTube playlist for that lecture). The videos are all captioned; we also
provide the transcript TXT
(contact us if you want PPT).
Note that transcripts are mostly accurate but not perfect. Captioning can
obscure slides especially at low-resolution. If this is a problem,
consider using the interactive transcript feature on YouTube instead.
Slides are reformatted for widescreen and may differ slightly from those for local CSE 167, including older OpenGL style.
The course is taught by Prof. Ravi Ramamoorthi
, and most of the
development of assignment feedback and lecture support was originally
provided by Nicholas Estorga and Brandon Wang. Many
other colleagues and students have contributed ideas over the years.
The outreach effort is funded in part by NSF grants 1011832 and 1451828.
(Standard disclaimer: The content is our own and does not express the
views of the NSF).
1. Course Overview
2. Basic Math
3. Transformations I
4. Transformations 2
6. OpenGL 1
7. OpenGL Shading
8. OpenGL 2
9. Ray Tracing 1
10. Ray Tracing 2