School of Computing

Computer Graphics (CPSC 405/605) Teapot Contest


In Computer Graphics (CPSC 405/605) this semester, Professor Geist held a "teapot contest" as the final project.  

Students were told to use everything they had learned during the semester to render a single teapot over a single ground plane. Individual submissions and two-person teams were allowed. Professor Geist selected the four finalists, and then the Visual Computing faculty voted on the winner.

The four finalists were:

Christopher Corsi
Jordan Gestring and Matthew Steven
Dhaval Parmar
David Wilson

The winning entry was that submitted by undergraduates Jordan Gestring and Matthew Steven. First prize was a (real) hand-made teapot.

Congratulations to all!