ISSI Institute of Control & Computation Engineering



The main function of this laboratory is to support classes in computer graphics, multimedia and virtual environments extending the graphics techniques taught earlier to cover practical aspects of programming. The laboratory provides students with the understanding of the impact of technology and software tools by means of case studies, and develops an awareness of potential applications of computers and their current limitations.
The range of applications introduced by the laboratory covers medical graphics, image processing and analysis, terrain modelling, fractals, further curves and surfaces, rational forms, physics-based modelling, particle systems, animation, flight simulation and terrain generation.
MS Windows is used for teaching along with professional software, which includes Adobe Premiere Pro and Maxon Cinema 4D. However, attention is also paid to concepts and tools that are available on most platforms (GPL and/or Open Source).