Project

The detailed project instructions can be found here, including grading criteria. Please read them carefully.

One suggested project theme is "Recreating a virtual inhabited KTH". It involves several topic areas relating to the creation of real-time virtual version of KTH, including buildings and virtual inhabitants. Projects related to this are suitable to every level of expertise. You do not need to choose a project related to this theme, but it should be fun and we could create a nice demonstration if a few people take projects related to it.

Here are examples of resources from some previous projects that you have at your disposal, if you wish:

kthsmall.jpg

Some additional aspects to note:

1) You should include a one page project specification in your documentation. See here for an example of a good (if somewhat advanced) specification from MSc student and previous DH2323 attendee, Veronica Ginman. The proposal may also provide ideas on how computer graphics implementation can be coupled with a perceptual study.

2) Include a one half page description of how your project could potentially be linked into a novel scientific question and perceptual research study. See some of the Siggraph, Eurographics and Applied Perception papers on Rachel McDonnell's portfolio page for great examples where computer graphics meets perceptual studies in relation to virtual characters.

Linking your project to a perceptual or user study is not very easy to do. So for a good example of a successful attempt, see the blog of previous DH2323 student Maximilian Czerny.

3) Throughout the course, you may be asked to participate in one or more perceptual studies related to computer graphics. It is recommended that you do so, since not only will you receive a small amount of marks for the course, but the study will also give you some practical experience for 2) above.

Submission

The deadline for project submission is on 18th May 2019. Your upload should be a single .zip or .rar archive with an appropriate directory structure. Project are submitted through the DH2323 Canvas system.

Note: If you cannot log into Canvas when you click on the link above, then you probably need to be registered to it (this does not relate to your registration on the course). In this case, send the course responsible an email with subject line "DH2323 need Canvas access" from your official KTH emails address and you will be added to the system.

Teacher Christopher Peters created page 9 March 2015

Christopher Peters edited 23 March 2015

The detailed project instructions can be found here, including grading criteria. Please read them carefully. This year, the general project theme is "Recreating a virtual inhabited KTH". It involves several topic areas relating to the creation of real-time virtual version of KTH, including buildings and virtual inhabitants. Here are the resources from some previous projects that you have at your disposal, if you wish:

kthsmall.jpg

Some additional aspects to note:

1) You should include a one page project specification in your documentation. See here for an example of a good specification from MSc student and previous DH2323 attendee, Veronica Ginman.

2) Include a one half page description of how your project could potentially be linked into a novel scientific question and perceptual research study. See some of the Siggraph, Eurographics and Applied Perception papers on Rachel McDonnell's portfolio page for great examples where computer graphics meets perceptual studies in relation to virtual characters.

3) Throughout the course, you may be asked to participate in one or more perceptual studies related to computer graphics. It is recommended that you do so, since not only will you receive a small amount of marks for the course, but the study will also give you some practical experience for 2) above.

Submission

Submission of the labs is due in May 2015 as a single .zip or .rar archive with an appropriate directory structure (the Bilda submission system will be opened nearer to the submission date).

Christopher Peters edited 23 March 2015

The detailed project instructions can be found here, including grading criteria. Please read them carefully. This year, the general project theme is "Recreating a virtual inhabited KTH". It involves several topic areas relating to the creation of real-time virtual version of KTH, including buildings and virtual inhabitants. Projects related to this are suitable to every level of expertise. You do not need to choose a project related to this theme, but it should be fun and we could create a nice demonstration if a few people take projects related to it.

Here are examples of resources from some previous projects that you have at your disposal, if you wish:

kthsmall.jpg

Some additional aspects to note:

1) You should include a one page project specification in your documentation. See here for an example of a good (if somewhat advanced) specification from MSc student and previous DH2323 attendee, Veronica Ginman.

2) Include a one half page description of how your project could potentially be linked into a novel scientific question and perceptual research study. See some of the Siggraph, Eurographics and Applied Perception papers on Rachel McDonnell's portfolio page for great examples where computer graphics meets perceptual studies in relation to virtual characters.

Linking your project to a perceptual or user study is not very easy to do. So for a good example of a successful attempt, see the blog of previous DH2323 student Maximilian Czerny.¶

3) Throughout the course, you may be asked to participate in one or more perceptual studies related to computer graphics. It is recommended that you do so, since not only will you receive a small amount of marks for the course, but the study will also give you some practical experience for 2) above.

Submission

Submission of the project will be in May 2015. The upload will be a single .zip or .rar archive with an appropriate directory structure (the Bilda submission system will be opened nearer to the submission date).

Christopher Peters edited 23 March 2015

The detailed project instructions can be found here, including grading criteria. Please read them carefully. This year, the general project theme is "Recreating a virtual inhabited KTH". It involves several topic areas relating to the creation of real-time virtual version of KTH, including buildings and virtual inhabitants. Projects related to this are suitable to every level of expertise. You do not need to choose a project related to this theme, but it should be fun and we could create a nice demonstration if a few people take projects related to it.

Here are examples of resources from some previous projects that you have at your disposal, if you wish:

kthsmall.jpg

See this link for a demonstration of the high density rendering system.¶

Some additional aspects to note:

1) You should include a one page project specification in your documentation. See here for an example of a good (if somewhat advanced) specification from MSc student and previous DH2323 attendee, Veronica Ginman.

2) Include a one half page description of how your project could potentially be linked into a novel scientific question and perceptual research study. See some of the Siggraph, Eurographics and Applied Perception papers on Rachel McDonnell's portfolio page for great examples where computer graphics meets perceptual studies in relation to virtual characters.

Linking your project to a perceptual or user study is not very easy to do. So for a good example of a successful attempt, see the blog of previous DH2323 student Maximilian Czerny.

3) Throughout the course, you may be asked to participate in one or more perceptual studies related to computer graphics. It is recommended that you do so, since not only will you receive a small amount of marks for the course, but the study will also give you some practical experience for 2) above.

Submission

Submission of the project will be in May 2015. The upload will be a single .zip or .rar archive with an appropriate directory structure (the Bilda submission system will be opened nearer to the submission date).

commented 20 May 2015

Hi! Can we know when the Bilda submission system will be opened for the project?

Thanks!

Teacher commented 20 May 2015

Excellent question! Bilda project submission has now been opened and is available here.

commented 26 April 2016

Hi! Can we know when the Bilda submission system will be opened for the project?

Thanks!

Teacher commented 27 April 2016

Very soon (before the end of this week). I will send a notification around to everybody when Bilda is open.

commented 15 May 2016

When is our proposal due?

Teacher commented 16 May 2016

As soon as you would like feedback on it. Remember that the timing and management of the project is up to you - just make sure to leave two to three months between submission of your project and when you require your official course grade.

Also, it is a good idea to send me an email whenever you upload something to Bilda (it does not automatically notify me) and to include a note about when you would like your grades.

commented 16 May 2016

It seems like there was a deadline yesterday at 11:45 AM in Bilda for the Project Specification. I was just about to upload a specification, but now I can't because the deadline has passed. Do you want me to email it to you or can you open up the submission in Bilda again?

commented 18 May 2016

Update: For anyone wondering, submission is up again.

commented 30 October 2016

If I wanted to submit a final project, how would I do so?

Teacher commented 30 October 2016

Please send me an email with your details (e.g. DGI year, email address, etc) - I will then open the appropriate Bilda submission page for you.

commented 16 November 2016

I sent my email 2 weeks ago, but I'll re-post it below. I want some feedback from the course staff about the project before I submit it, so I can do a different project if it's not suitable for the A-C range of grades.

Thanks!

DGI 16 Final Project Spec

 

 

Teacher commented 23 November 2016

Thanks for the specification. A reply was sent to you by email last week.

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