- The Cornell Box.
The Cornell Box is one of the field's most recognizable test environments.
- Measurement Data.
Bidirectional reflectance distribution functions for selected materials and spectral data for light sources, filters and cameras.
- Data Format Specifications.
Specifications for local data formats, such as the MDL model description language and the RGBE floating point image format.
- Global Illumination Compendium.
Most of the useful formulas and equations for global illumination algorithms in computer graphics, assembled and maintained by Phil Dutre.
Images and animations
- Cornell In Perspective.
One of the earliest computer graphics movies takes the viewer on a tour of the Cornell "arts quad" circa 1972.
- Research Images.
Some recognizable images from PCG research efforts.
- Realistic Images.
More photorealistic images from the early 1990s.
- Architectural Images.
Computer renderings from several undergraduates in Cornell's Architecture school.
- SIGGRAPH 25th Images.
Ten of the most influential research labs in computer graphics
were invited to contribute 12 images each to a special Visual
Tribute to Computer Graphics Laboratories: 1971-1998 at the
25th SIGGRAPH conference.
- Exploring the Mandala.
During 1989-1990 the lab created an animation to help visualize a Tibetan mandala.
- What is Computer Graphics?
A brief, elementary tutorial explains some of the basic concepts
of computer graphics. These pages are designed for our younger
Information that is being transitioned from our older web design style.
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