details: due to the quiz on Thursday, Dec. 7th, all presentations will
have to be made on the date reserved for the final exam: Thursday
December 14th. See below for instructions.
Rules: Invent your own
stuff, or feel free to re-use and
adapt any of "my examples" hosted at sru.edu
or, if you reuse any code from elsewhere then
- cite your source(s) (using proper academic citation)
- describe exactly what your contribution was (beyond that
contributed to by the sources cited)
- pay special attention to copyright law and fair use.
A. Make an adventurous and interesting project using Three.js and/or
said project in a working web page class web space. Use original shapes
and textures, shaders,
interactivity, and/or animation. Be creative!
B. Using either SVG and CSS (with options of also using of HTML5,
interesting project, placing
said project in a working web page on obsidian. Use textures, shapes,
filters, interactivity, and/or animation. Be creative!
C. Be sure to follow the rules for submitting assignments for this course: Proper subject line
(456, not CPSC456, so I can find it), and proper URL
pointing to your work in class folder.
D. For the presentation, limit to 120/16 = 7.5 minutes
(including set-up)! Allow one minute for questions and transition to
the next presenter. Taking more than the allotted time will result in a
grading penalty. Display the basics of what your code does
(appearance-wise), describe the nature of the coding undertaken (in
general terms); mention problems you encountered and how you solved (or
didn't solve those problems). Of particular interest would be any of
the items listed below under "problems to work on."