CSC418H
Last updated on April 25, 2010, 20:59 by Sebastian Mihai
I was going through my old school projects and found the CSC418H ones! For those who are unfamiliar with the name, CSC418H is a computer graphics course offered at U of T. I remember that getting some cool shading going was like a breath of fresh air, after half a semester of vector calculus and theoretical assignments. It could do a sphere, a torus, and a tea pot. In the image below, a texture of the world map is applied to the torus. It really was meant for the sphere, but it looks nice nonetheless.

Man, this takes me back...

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