Animation is the last of three components of Scotty3D. The primary repository is located at https://github.com/cmu462/Scotty3D. The wiki on that page will be the primary source of information about this assignment, this document only contains administrative details about grading and submission.
Due date: December 6th, 10:00pm
The assignment consists of a total of 100 pts. The point breakdown is as follows:
- Task 1: Spline Interpolation: 15
- Task 2: Forward and Inverse Kinematics: 25
- Task 3: Linear Blend Skinning: 25
- Task 4: Physical Simulation: 20
- Task 5: Make a movie: 10
Make a movie
In addition to implementing the Animation functionality in Scotty3D, you will use your software to render a short animated movie of your own creation. We expect that you make a meaningful use of Scotty3D's functionality while creating this movie; it does not need to be long, but try to make something fun! As a starting rule, a movie which uses only a few keyframes and doesn't try to convey meaningful motion is unlikely to earn many points. See the wiki for some technical notes on creating this movie. Include this movie at the top level of your submission directory as a
Additionally, you will submit a short document explaining which tasks you successfully implemented, and any particular details of your submission. If your submission includes any implementations which are not entirely functional, please detail what works and what doesn't, along with where you got stuck. This document does not need to be long; correctly implemented tasks may simply be listed, and incomplete tasks should be described in a few sentences at most.
If you wish, you may also include movies and images to explain any bugs or show off extra credit work. If so, please add these files to your submission archive, and mention them in the writeup.
The writeup must be a pdf, markdown, or plaintext file. Include it in the root directory of your submission as
Failure to submit this writeup will incur a 10 pt penalty on the assignment.
This codebase should compile on Linux, macOS, and Windows on a typical environment. The build instructions given on the project page will walk you through installing dependencies and building the code. If you have difficulties running the code on your local machine, the GHC 5xxx cluster machines have all the packages required to build the project.
As with the previous assignments, we will be submitting on Autolab. You should create a tar archive of your entire
src subdirectory along with the writeup (e.g.
$ pwd > (...)/Scotty3D $ tar cvzf handin.tgz src/ writeup.txt > a src > a src/application.cpp (...) > a my_movie.mp4 > a writeup.txt
Upload this file to autolab, and be sure not to forget your writeup and movie!