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 Internetworked Virtual Reality (Semester 1 / 2005)

Comp 6443 : part of the eScience Master (Course Code: < 6701>)

"cogito ergo sum" / "I think, therefore I am", René Descartes (1596-1650).

Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical concepts ... A graphic representation of data abstracted from the banks of every computer in the human system.
Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data. Like city lights, receding ...

Neuromancer by William Gibson

Weekly each Wednesday commencing 23/2/05 and concluding 1/6/05 in CSIT(Bld 108), N101 at lunch time (from 12am to 2pm)

NEW : Rough draft of the assignment marking sheet

NEW : slides of the presentations (see the timetable below)

Assignment due the 23rd of May 2005 at 16:00

VCal for the final exam

Assessments

Books

Remaining papers

Links

Lecture When First Subject Second Subject Practice Print
1

23/02

Lecture presentation / organization

Virtual Reality

Readings : Have a first look at research papers

Lab : Exercises CG : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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2

2/03

Hugh Fisher's presentations on VR, Cyberspace, MUD and MOOs

Groupware and MUDs

Reading : Reading/Viewing List

Lab : MOO 1

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3

9/03

Human Factors and Online Identity

Reading : Reading/Viewing List

Lab : MOO 2

4 16/03

VRML, MPEG4, Web3D...Different Level of networked 3D

Introduction to NetVE

Introduction to Networking

Reading : Chose your research paper

No lab this week : Work on the CG exercises

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5 23/03

Networking for NVE

Reading : Chapt 1, 2 and 3 of  NVE

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6

30/03

Communication Architectures

Dynamic Shared States

Reading : Chapt 4 and 5 of  NVE

Lab : Intro to Networking in Java

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7

6/04

Launch of the assignment / Preparation of the presentations

Lab : Networking in Java, oriented NVE

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8

27/04

Christopher Widdowson N6 Chemboli Srinivas N16 Jin Hyung Seo N8 Darius Powell N15

Reading : NVE Chapt 5 of NVE

Assignment beginning

 

 
9 4/05
Junran Lei N2 Ian Thomas N20 Yifan Lu N17 Shi HU N7

 

 
10 11/05 Ziyad Alshaikh N9 Ajith Mjose
N21
Feng SHEN N19 Bainian Chen N14 Lab : VRML  
11 18/05 Yan Gao N11 Weihui Zhang N3 Jun Ma N12 Fangming Ji N4 Lab : QuickTime /  
12

25/05

ZHOU Bingjun N5 Xukang Feng N1

The Human Sight

(Virtual Reality : a Case Study (no slide available) ?)

An additional hour

Output devices : the state of the art / Input devices : the state of the art / Image-Based Modeling, Rendering, and Lighting / Augmented/Mixed Reality / The Metaphors, Schema, and Schema by substitution / Collision Detection,

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13 1/06/05 Assignment presentation 15+5 mn / group    
  xx/06/05 Theoretical Exam : xx/06/05 : 9h30 to 12h45

9h30 - 9h45 : Reading
9h45 - 12h45 : Exam

Venue : Aquarium (2nd Level of CSIT Build.)  

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