As previsouly announced, the lecture is concluded by a graphics
programming contest. You are encouraged to use techniques
presented in the lecture to develop some cool, good-looking
Please send your application by Monday, February 6, 12:00
noon, to sumnerbinf.ethz.ch, with
a subject line containing "CONTEST". Note that the original
deadline has been extended from February 3.
All submissions are required to contain the following material:
- Complete source code.
- A binary executable (either Win32 or Linux) that can readily be started.
- An ASCII text file (no MS word, please) containing a short description of:
- Usage (command line, short-cuts, etc.)
- System requirements (for instance, what kind of graphics card is required)
Please send us your material in a .zip, .tar.gz, or .tar.bz2
archive. Do not use any other formats.
All submissions are going to be evaluated for originality,
technical quality, and aesthetic value. The winners will be
presented in the lecture on Feburary 10 — attractive
prizes are waiting for you
Here a the slide sets of this year's contestants:
And The Winners Are...
There has been a tie between two projects, so we are proud to
present two winners of the contest:
|Project "Snow Crystals" ||Project "x742"
|by Remo Frey ||by Urs Dönni, Martin Seiler, Julian Tschannen
Congratulations, and thanks to all participants!