In the sample exam solutions for Question 2, the i, j, k vectors are found first and then all normalised at once afterwards. This is incorrect. It should be done the same way as the week 6 tutorial in question 1 where there is a similar question which normalises the k vector first and uses the normalised k vector to then find the i vector and then uses the normalised i vector to find the j vector.
Sorry for the confusion.
We will be having the following exam consultation hours
Monday 13th: 2:30-4:30 Room 203 (Level 2) with Rob
Wednesday 15th: 2:30-4:30 Room 203 (Level 2) with Rob
Congratulations on some amazing assignment 2 demos. The tutors and I were very impressed by the submissions. Please check your marks for ass2 (and ass1 if you haven't already) and email me ASAP if you think there are any issues.
You should be able to see your marks here
Your class mark will be ass1+ass1Game+ass2 and then capped at 40.
The exam information page shown in the lectures is available under the lecture notes for week 12.
For the assignment demonstration next week, please arrive 10-15 minutes early. You may demonstrate on either your own laptop or on the cse machine in the consult room. Please ensure that whatever computer you demonstrate with your assignment is already set up and runs as expected.
You only need one student per group to submit and we mark the latest submission. Make sure your jar contains java files.
A reminder, http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs3421/17s2/groupsFinal.html are the groups that will be used for submissions and demo times. Email me ASAP if any are wrong!
Check your official group, demo time and locations and instructions here ASAP
Changing your groups via webcms3 no longer will make changes officially. Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need to change anything.
I know you're all busy working on your assignments, but I will be dedicating part of this week's lecture to revision and exam prep. Please prepare and bring any questions you might have about the course content up to this point.
I'll also be providing information about what you need to do for the project demonstration next week. All of that will be included in the lectures slides for this week, but if you have any questions about it, please bring them along as well.
Hi everyone. Hope you are all going well with assignment 2! We have organised some extra consultation hours for next week
wed: 4-6 Flute Lab Thomas
fri: 10-12 Lyre Lab John
along with the normal thursday 3:30-4:30 on with Rob in K17-G01.
You MUST be in a group to submit and demonstrate and get marks for your assignment 2, even if you are a group of 1. There are still many students not in groups. Please organise and join a group (that is empty or contains your group member - do not join already established groups). If you have any issues please email me.
Here is the poll
You can check out the games here
Please join a group for assignment 2. The group you join will determine the time-slot you will be presenting in in week 13. You must make sure you do not join a group unless it is empty or is the group that other members of your actual group have joined.
The group names that you can select from identify the tutorial you are from and the time you will be presenting your demo in week 13.
For example: H17 A_1640 means you are from tutorial H17A with Brady and are presenting your demo at 1640. We will also add some extra slots if the slots for your tutorial fill up. So let me know if this happens.
You should attend your own tutorial time unless your partner is from another tutorial then you can choose either. We would prefer partners to be from the same tutorial though.
Even if you are doing the assignment individually you need to join a group as this registers you for your demo.
Make sure you get in early to get the best time and that all your group members will be free and able to attend the time in week 13.
Rob is away and so for this week only if you are in his Tuesday 17A tutorial, please go to the room RedC 4034 instead where you will join Thomas Moffet's class.
There are consultations tomorrow and friday as well as the usual thursday ones this week. See times and locations https://webcms3.cse.unsw.edu.au/COMP3421/17s2/time...
Hi everyone. Don't forget tutorials start this week and the tutorial questions for this week are up.
This week we also have one more help lab. So if you are still having issues getting your laptop or cse account running with jogl and/or if you have had any issues doing the lab exercise from last week and want help come along as well.
Time: Thursday 17:30-18:30
Location: Strings Lab (viola, cello) J17 Level 3
Tutor: Thomas Moffet
Welcome to COMP3421.
In week 1 we will be running one off optional labs to get you started with setting up jogl with eclipse on your cse account and/or your laptops. You can also get help working through a jogl programming lab exercise (to be released soon).
The labs will take place on the thursday of week 1 at 3pm and 4pm in the following J17 level 3 labs: