This first assignment must be completed in the first part of the course and within the specified deadline in order to qualify for the second part of the course. The project must be presented in a plenum session, but it will not be subject to evaluation.
It is an individual assignment, but collaborations between the different students are encouraged.
The assignment is to create a robot-like figure, modelled after an organic creature, performing a trivial task. The implementation should be done using Java and JOGL. Some examples could be:
- a human waving his/her hand(s);
- a human walking/running/jumping;
- an animal walking/running/jumping.
Børre Stenseth (previous lecturer) has created this example for inspiration.
We will hold at least two plenum sessions in which you will present your projects. The tentative dates for the sessions are 21.09 and 28.09 at 12:00 in E1-041. Send me an email if you have any requests as to what date you would like to do your presentation, if not I will just organize it alphabetically. The final schedule will be ready at the end of next week.
The presentation plan has been decided. It is available here.
Some of the student projects have been uploaded, and they can be downloaded from here
The second assignment must be completed in the second part of the course, and it will, unlike the first assignment be subject to evaluation. The exact details will be posted at a later date, but it will involve some kind of interactable scene.