# CS 285: SOLID MODELING

# Lecture #29 -- Mo May 8, 2000.

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## Preparation

Prepare your visuals and rehearse your talk.
## Project Progress Presentations

(DARPA Progress Report Style)
Every project gets 5 minutes, + 2 min. for Q&A
The following points should be addressed; every main bullet should be 1 or 2 foils:
- What the project is all about:

- title, authors, general goal(s);

- perhaps a conceptual picture of the desired result (from proposal presentation).
- Delivarables and milestones:

- what was originally promised ?

- what was the proposed schedule ?
- Progress so far:

- what has been achieved ?

- what unexpected problems have been encountered ?
- Current work:

- what is the next step to be taken ?

- what is the toughest hurdle that needs yet to be cleared ?
- Final promise:

- what can you realistically hope to deliver at the end ?

- what have you learned so far ?

### Presentation Order:

- Ashish Mohole + Satish Kumar : Freeform Patches in WebCAD
- Arvind Rangarajan : Developable Surface Strips
- Connie Tung : Fabrication of an Algebraic Surface
- Balaji Kannan : From Surfaces to Manufacturable Grids
- Jane Yen : Escher Ball Tiling Editor
- Chris Tchou : Spherical Tile Editor
- Jianlin Wang : Snap-together Escher Tiles
- Harlan Hile : Snap-together Surface Connectors
- Ben Schleimer : Booleans with Voxels
- Chris Spitzer + Perry Tsao : Matlab Shape Generator for SLIDE

### Ongoing Assignment: Finish your projet -- write final report -- prepare final presentation.

(See L#30 outline for instructions).

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