Final Project, Fall 2004

Submission deadline: Monday, Dec. 13, 7:59pm.

Create a dynamic scene with interactive controls using the SLIDE environment.
Individual pieces of geometry can be modeled with other CAD tools,
or can be generated in C++ or any programming language of your choice,
and then imported into the SLIDE framework.

With respect to the various effects you may want to incorporate into your project
and the amount of work you should plan to invest, please consult the score sheet.

The deliverables for your project consist of:

  • a working SLIDE program (obviously);
  • a representative screen shot, by which we can remember your project
  •      (a 500x500pixel jpg should be just fine).
  • a descriptive paragraph (100-200 words) that describes your special accomplishments
  •     (this paragraph and picture should remind us of your project and accomplishments when we do the grading
         and it may also form the basis of description of your project in any letter of recommendation that you may ask for).
  • a filled out score sheet with your own evaluation of what you have done
    (the TA's will collect this score sheet during demo time (see below) and add their own notes on it).
  • a real-time demonstration that the claims on the score sheet are real and working -- during:
  • Demonstrations of Final Course Project:

    On Tuesday and Wednesday, December 14/15 in 349-Soda Hall
    -- either on these Lab machines
    or on your laptop.
    A sign-up form with 12-minute time slots on either of the two days will be made available in due time.


    I understand that there are some concerns about how difficult it may be to obtain an A-grade on the project
    with the tentative point scale as currently posted.
    Given that there are only three weeks available to do the project, I will probably ease that scale by 10 or 20 points.
    ==> I would like to see 40% to 50% of the projects obtain a grade A- or better !

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