Graphics and Geometry Resources
Now here’s a positive consequence of 2020: There are plenty of awesome resources on graphics and geometry available online for everyone to watch, enjoy, and educate oneself. Here’s my current watch list.
Toronto Geometry Colloquium
This is a regular online seminar presenting varying topics from geometry processing and related disciplines such as computational fabrication, graphics, or 3D deep learning. The format is innovative: A 10 minute short presentation shows recent work and a longer 50 minute session provides a more in-depth presentation.
The Technion Center for Graphics and Geometric Computing organizes an international seminar on geometric modeling, geometry processing, and computational geometry. The format is a more traditional one hour talk.
Checkout their website for the program, schedule, and abstracts.
Symposium on Geometry Processing 2020
Similarly, this year’s Eurographics conference has lots of material online: There is a YouTube channel with all the paper sessions and keynotes. The conference papers are also freely accessible from the digital library.
Ke-Sen Huang’s Graphics Resources
Finally, a page that is always worth sharing: Ke-Sen Huang’s resources for computer graphics contains a curated list of graphics conferences, including links to full-text papers, videos, supplemental material, code, project pages, etc. Probably one of the most valuable resources on graphics out there.
Do you have a great resource on graphics and geometry to share? I’d be glad to hear!