CS 276 - Class Presentation Topics


Class presentations explore topics related to course material, scheduled accordingly. Presentations will be 15-20 minutes in length and include visual materials such as demonstations, slides, images, webpages, or similar. Video clips are allowed but must be short - discussion of the topic should be yours, not farmed out to some YouTube commentator. Ask me if you aren't sure a clip would be allowable. Make all online materials available to the class by linking from a team member's Wiki page.

Talk to me a week or so in advance for more information on your topic. Many topics will need the text The Science of Digital Media by Jennifer Burg (on reserve in the library).

Topic - See links for more info
Scheduled Date
Assigned To
Processing in JavaScript. Do one of:


  10/29
Dylan Stechmann

Mobile Processing (Android Mode)


  10/29
Eddie Chan
Park Ju Hoon


Color Models: Processing Ch. 4, Science of Digital Media Ch. 2


  10/1
Hoppie Young

Image capture
in digital cameras


  10/8
Wesley Bailey
Emilea Trasher


Chromakey in image and film


  10/22
Calid Shorter
Thomas Broadnax


Mathematics of the JPEG compression algorithm


  11/19
Jack Haight
Cody Johnson


Physical Simulation / Nature of Code


  11/05
Harry Zhou

Arduino and Digital Electronics


  10/22
Zachary Rose

Haptics and alternative input devices, for example:
 Microsoft Kinect / Leap Motion / Others
 11/12
Jenn Echavarria
Amanda Jenkins


Human perception of sound  (Psychoacoustics)


  11/05
Cordell Vannier

ChucK

 10/29 or later Me

MIDI
(Musical Instrument Digital Interface)


  11/26
Owen Pearson
Latoya McIntyre


Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality


 12/10
Jack Li
Jack McCall


3D and OpenGL in Processing : P3D and PShaders


  12/10
Liam Corley

3D and OpenGL in GEM

11/26 or later