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CPT205 Computer Graphics – Resit Assessment (2020-21 Semester 1) Page 1 of 3
CPT205 – Computer Graphics (2020-21)
Resit Assessment
Assessment number 1
Contribution to overall module assessment 100%
Date on which assessment given Monday, 19 July 2021
Submission deadline Sunday, 1 August 2021
This assessment has two parts to test your understanding and application of the general
knowledge, techniques and algorithms covered in the lecture and lab sessions. It will assess
all four learning outcomes of the module.
PART I – Discussion Questions [30 Marks]
In order to answer the following two questions, you are required to first identify and read at
least 5 references (which could be journal and conference articles, books, book chapters and
so on). You will need to properly acknowledge the references in your answers to these
questions, and list your references in a References section at the end of your answers.
Q1) Briefly describe the key topics of computer graphics, including the key methods and
applications for each of them.
[12 marks]
Q2) Discuss applications where computer graphics serve as a fundamental basis. This
should cover techniques, key issues and possible opportunities for future development.
[18 marks]
PART II – 3D Modelling Project [70 marks]
3D Scene – You will create a 3-dimensional scene which is suitable to demonstrate your
knowledge and skills in computer graphics. You should make use of the graphics techniques
and OpenGL functions covered in the module. In particular, you should consider the following
when completing the task:
• A well thought-out design of 3D scene with a number of static and moving objects
(the scene, which is not to be very complex, could still represent daily life, for
example the train track used for the lab);
• A good range of graphics techniques appropriately utilised, e.g. creation of geometry,
hierarchical modelling, transformations, viewing and projection, lighting and materials,
texture mapping, animation and interactions;
• Effective use of relevant OpenGL libraries for implementing relevant functions;
• Good programming practice (e.g. necessary comments and neat format of the code)
– do not copy from other sources without appropriate acknowledgment.
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Written Report – You will produce a Word-processed report of no more than 6 A4 sides that
• describes the design and features of your work (relating to graphics techniques used
but not explaining your code in detail);
• provides an instruction section about how your program can be run effectively (e.g.
interactive commands with the mouse and keyboard);
• contains a set of typical screenshots to show your program in action.
TEMPLATE FOR THE ANSWERS AND 3D PROJECT REPORT
A template is recommended for use in answering the two questions and presenting the 3D
project report.
SUBMISSION
The deadline for submission of your work is Sunday, 1 August 2021. The following will be
required for the submission via a link in the Assessments section for the module in Learning
Mall.
a) A pdf document converted from the Word template provided containing answers for
Questions 1 and 2 of PART I and Written Report for PART II. Your pdf file should be
named as yourID_Surname_GivenName_pdf (e.g. 2112345_Yue_Yong_pdf);
b) A single zip/rar file containing your source code and other necessary files (e.g.
header, texture image and the executable files, but not the entire project folder which
may result in a very large file size), making use of folder structures where necessary
to keep your files in a logical manner. Your zip/rar file should be named as
YourID_Surname_GivenName_code (e.g. 2112345_Yue_Yong_code).
BACKUP
As a good practice, you should always make sure that your work is securely backed up on a
regular basis.
PLAGIARISM AND COLLUSION
This assignment is individual work. Plagiarism (e.g. copying materials from other sources,
including your own previous work, without proper acknowledgement) is a serious academic
offence. Plagiarism will not be tolerated and will be dealt with in accordance with the
University Code of Practice on Assessment.
The submitted pfd document will be checked with Turnitin for similarity.
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Marking Scheme
PART I. Discussion Questions [30 marks]
Q1 – This may require background research using published literature. It should include a list of the
key topics of computer graphics, and brief description of the key methods and applications (which may
involve both software and hardware).
[12 marks]
Q2 – This question requires more background research from published literature. A couple of
applications should be identified. Relevant techniques are then briefly described, and key issues and
possible ways forward identified and briefly discussed.
[18 marks]
PART II. 3D Modelling Project [70 marks]
In the following table, each category builds on the requirements contained in the preceding category.
Category Requirement
First Class
(≥70%)
Overall outstanding work. Very neat program implements effectively all the graphics
techniques covered in the module.
Excellent 3D model designed and produced with realistic / real-life effect.
Well-structured and concise written report providing all the required information.
Second
Upper
(60 to 69%)
Comprehensive program that utilises effectively a wide range of the graphics
techniques covered in the module. Good commenting and layout of the program.
An impressive 3D model design with a range of objects produced with a good range
of features achieved utilising appropriate OpenGL functions.
A comprehensive and clear report containing all required information within the page
limit.
Second
Lower
(50 to 59%)
Substantial working program implementing a good range of graphics techniques
among hierarchical modelling, transformations, viewing, lighting, texture mapping,
animation and interactions.
Good design of the 3D model with a range of objects.
Written report contains all the required information.
Third
(40 to 49%)
Working program that generates a basic 3D model with some objects and a limited
range of the graphics techniques utilised.
Written report describes all the basic information for the work completed and provides
a good overview.
Fail
(0 to 39%)
Some code produced attempting to the use of some (very limited) graphics
techniques covered in the module.
No or very limited artefact produced.
Written report covers very few of the items required in the assignment brief,
acknowledging properly sources used if any.
Nonsubmission
A mark of 0 will be awarded.