Waterloo visit to DGP

Saturday, March 11, 2000
Dynamic Graphics Lab
University of Toronto

Driving Directions

From Waterloo:
    Take the 401 to the 427 south, to the QEW east. Exit at Spadina Rd and take Spadina northbound and then turn right (eastbound) onto College Street. Turn left into the University front campus shortly after crossing St. George St. (a.k.a. Beverly St. ).

Parking for the day on campus will cost you $4.50.

Public Transit Directions

The closest subway stop is the Queen's Park stop on the Yonge/University line.

Finding your way once at U of T

The DGP lab is located in room SF4306 of the Sanford Fleming building (SF), on the west side of King's College Road which leads to the front campus. The talks will be held in the Galbraith building (GB).

 There is an online map which details the locations of these buildings.


12 meet in the DGP lab, SF 4306
Pizza lunch and other snacks, courtesy of DGP.
12:30-3:00 talks in GB 119
3:00-3:15 break
3:15-5:45 talks in GB 119
6:30  dinner at the Lucky Dragon Chinese Restaurant, courtesy of DGP.
418 Spadina, 1 block south of College on Spadina

List of speakers

Glenn Tsang
University of Toronto
Scanning of Real Objects for Light Field Acquisition: A work in progress
Eric Hall
University of Waterloo
Subdivision Surface Evaluation Optimized for Hardware Implementation
Petros Faloutsos
University of Toronto
Composeable controllers for physics-based animation
David Modjeska
University of Toronto
Information Visualization and User Navigation in Desktop Virtual Reality
Celine Latulipe
University of Waterloo
A Longitudinal Study of Target Selection with Haptic Feedback
Maciej Kalisiak
University of Toronto
Automated human locomotion in constrained environments
Ian Bell
University of Waterloo
Monotonic Splines for Robust Gamut-Mapping
Chris Trendall
University of Toronto
Ray Tracing Refraction in Hardware
Mike McCool
University of Waterloo
David Mould
University of Toronto
A Model for Ductile Cracking