Simplifying Occlusion-culling Ray-tracing Photorealistic Perspective-warping Graphics

Suppose you’re a CS graduate student who just accepted a job in Chicago that starts next week, but you’re scheduled to give a presentation on your final project in Graphics. You’re not even sticking around until the end of the semester. What do you do?

If you’re Scott “Klaus” Parker (simultaneously a new recruit and retiring member of the Ship of Fools), you don’t let not caring get in the way of presenting your work on Simplifying Occlusion-culling Ray-tracing Photorealistic Perspective-warping Graphics. This presentation has everything: stock photography, meaningless equations, MS Paint “screenshots”, a mysterious red arrow added by the projector, and some Asian kid who mistakes the video camera recording the presentation for a headrest!

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  1. Wow, that has to be the best powerpoint presentation I’ve ever seen. Those were some major skills used for a grad student’s final project.

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