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Two special type of oblique projection (5)
aik Question tha jis main composite translation find karnie the (5)
character of 3-D (3)
write c++ code of rotation (x1,x2)(y1,y2) (2)
aik question main just translation find karnie the (2)
3 number ka aik or qustion hai woh mujay yad nhi ah raha hai
or MCQ mostly were in Projection and last 5-6 chapters nothing in old chapters
jis nay last 6-7 chapter kar liay achay say 100% they can solve the paper
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projection techniques

translation on according to 3d 

clliping algorithn

difrance in sutherland lian barsky algoritham

trival clipping acceptance/reject test

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Today paper of CS602 on 25-5-2013 at 11:00am 

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Total MCQs   20  of each one maks

Two question of 2 marksis

Two question of 3 marks

Two question of 5 marks

MCQ’S

 

  1. Interlacing the horizontal refresh________
  2. Tesselation can be adaptive to the ____________ degree of curvature of a surface.

Local

Static

Global

Variable

  1. DDA stands for___________

Digital Differential Analyzer

  1. The ___________ test are performed for the midpoints b/w pixwls near the circle parth at each sampling step.

Parabolla function

Ellipse funtion

Circle funtion

None of the above

  1. The actual filling process in boundary filling algorith begins when a point  _________ of the figured is selected.

Outside the boundary

Inside the boundary

At boundary

None of the above

  1. Discard a line with both endpoints outside clipping boundary is called as ____________

Trivial accept

Trivial reject

Total outside

None of the above

  1. _____________is the tendency of the text to flash as it moves up or down.

Flickering

Snow

Distortion

None of the above

  1. ___________is the set of points that are equidistant from its origin.

Circle

Parabola

Hyperbola

Ellipse

  1. In ________ algorithm, old color must be read before it is invoked.

Scane-line Filling

Floodfill

Both of the above

None of the above

  1. The dot product of two vectors A & B is __________ if the angle b/w them is less than 90 or greater than 270.

Greater than zero

Less than zero

Equal to zero

None of the abve

  1. The axonometric projection is ___________ where the direction of projection makes same angle with all axes.

DIMETRIC

Isometric

Oblique

Trimetric

  1. The _______ technique has the direction of projection perpendicular to the viewing plane, but the viewing direction is NOT perpendicular to one of the principle faces.

We can draw the circle using _________

Pentane

Hexane

Trident

Octant

  1. _________ direct view storage tube maintains the picture display.

Electron gun

Proton gun

Flood gun

All of the above

  1. To move a _____ from one location to another, we translate the center point and redraw the same using new center point.

Arc

Parabola

Circle

All of the above

  1. Because clipping against one edge is independent to all others, so it is ________ arrange the clipping stages in a pipeline.

Possible

Impossible

Sometimes impossible

None of the above

  1. If the polygons are _________ line clipping techniques are sufficient for clipping.

Filled

Unfilled

Half filled

All of the above

  1. Polygons consisting of _________________ can cause problems when rendering.

Non-coplanar vertices

Co-planar vertices

Any vertices

 None of the above

 

SUBJECTIVE:

 

We want to scale an object two times the existing x-axis and y-axis. Write the scaling matrix for this transformation. (2 MARKS)

What we must consider before rotaion of a point? (2 MARKS)

 

How can we find distance between two 3D points using mathematical notation? (3 MARKS)

Write final expression of composite rotation matrix. (3 MARKS)

 

Write points of difference between Cavalier and cabinet. (5 MARKS)

Write the formulas of the following:                    (5 MARKS)

translation                      P'= 

scaling                            P'=

rotation                          P'=

composite transition        P'= 

 

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Total MCQs   20  of each one maks

Two question of 2 marksis

Two question of 3 marks

Two question of 5 marks

Q1. define rotation in 2d ? (2)

Q2. describe the diagram that is 0n the page # 200 2nd diagram... (5)

q3. formula to find length of the vector.

q4. write a c program to draw a circle using polar coordinatx

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on December 12, 2012 at 10:52am

Today CS602 Midterm Term Paper

Total Question = 26

Total Mcqs of 1 marks of each = 20

Total 2 Marks Question = 2

Total 3 Marks Question = 2

Total 5 Marks Question = 2

write the two techniques of triangle rasterization.    2 marks

ek tha k in 2-D can a polygon be divided if yes then write the reason? 

what is the taxonomy of the families of the projection?    shayd 5 mrks ka tha 

write the following formula in column 2?      5 marks

ek table given tha jiske ek side par names or dusri side par unke formulas likhne the in 3-D? 

translation                      P'= 

scaling                            P'=

rotation                          P'=

shear                              P'=

composite transition        P'= 

What is meant by the viewing Frustum? (2)
In 3D graphics what we consider before the rotation of a point? (2)
Clock wise rule Walter Atherton Polygon clipping method........................(3)
Texture mapped triangle Rasterization....................(5)
Reflection in 2D transformation...............(3)
Diff. b/w Lacal and Global Coordinate syatem............(5)


Current paper 2012 solved

 

21.

Sol:

 

 

22.

Sol:

  • • Local coordinate systems can be defined with respect to global coordinate system
  • • Locations can be relative to any of these coordinate systems
  • • Locations can be translated or "transformed" from one coordinate system to

another.

 

 

23.

Sol:

 

The Viewing Frustum

A viewing frustum is 3-D volume in a scene positioned relative to the viewport's camera.

The shape of the volume affects how models are projected from camera space onto the

screen.

 

In 3D computer graphics, the viewing frustum or view frustum is the region of space in the modeled world that may appear on the screen; it is the field of view of the notional camera. The exact shape of this region varies depending on what kind of camera lens is being simulated

24.

Sol:

 

25.

Sol:

 

 

26.

Sol:

 

scaling

 

 

26.

 

Sol:

Formula to solve this question

x′ = x.Sx

y′ = y.Sy

 

25.

Sol:

Rendering - The process of computing a two dimensional image using a combination of

a three-dimensional database, scene characteristics, and viewing transformations. Various

algorithms can be employed for rendering, depending on the needs of the application.

 

23.

 

 

Sol:

22.

Sol:

Axonometric projections are orthographic projections in which the direction of projection

is not parallel to any of the three principal axes. Non orthographic parallel projections

are called oblique parallel projection.

21.

Sol:

we can find a matrix for any sequence of transformation as a

composite transformation matrix by calculating the matrix product of the individual

transformations.

 

 

 

 

 CS602 - May – June 2013 - MidTerm

Aaj ka paper MGT501

 

SUBJECTIVE

21: We have performed the reflection of an object about x-axis, you are required to find the transformation matrix of that object. (2)

 

22: What is the difference between local coordinate and global coordinate system? (2)

 

23: We have three vertices at points (x1, y1), (x2, y2), and (x3, y3). Write pseudo code to draw a triangle. (3)

 

24: Describe the characteristics of 3-D coordinate system. (3)

 

25: Apply the following transformations on the point P(x,y) = (4,5)           (5 Marks)

  1. Translate using Tx = 3 and Ty = 2
  2. Scale using Sx = 2 and Sy = 1

 

26: Derive the formula for calculating unit vector from a given 3D vector <x,y,z>    (5 Marks)

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