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Presentations Making Blender add-on
Telmanik, Ronald ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Chlubna, Tomáš (advisor)
Cieľom tejto práce je vytvoriť nástroj, ktorý umožní používateľom programu Blender vytvoriť prezentáciu vo forme snímkov. Tento proces je zvyčajne časovo náročný spôsobené najme komplexnosťou program Blender. Preto na uľahčenie tohto problém je vytvorené rozšírenie pre program Blender. Toto rozšírenie implementuje sadu nástrojov, ktoré uľahčia tvorbu a neskôr aj samotnú prezentáciu v reálnom čase. Finálny zdrojový kód rozšírenia je voľne dostupný na platforme GitHub.
Methods of Generating Plants for Computer Graphics
Picek, Jiří ; Tóth, Michal (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
This Bachelor's thesis deals with methods useable for a plant generation for computer graphics. Most detailed described method is generation by L-system. The thesis describes idividually extensions of 0L-systems. To get a geometric representation of model, the output of the L-system is proceed by turtle graphics. The geometric representation of model is drawn using OpenGL graphics library. Textures are generated by Perlin's noise function implemented in GLSL.
Animation of Avatar Face Based on Human Face Video
Takács, Martin ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
This thesis presents an application for animating 3D avatar based on a single camera or video input of human face in real time. The resulting application consists of three modules -- face tracking, avatar animator, and a server for transferring face data. The face tracking module computes new transforms for the animation from human face and benefits from Mediapipe's Facemesh to estimate the current face geometry. Avatar animator module is a web-based application for rendering and animating 3D avatars through skeletal animations, based on the Three.js library. Both modules make use of the continuous bidirectional communication of websockets through the single server.   Performance of the face tracking module depends on the camera and device on which it is running, but regular web camera is usually enough for speed of 30+ FPS and animation runs at the speed of 60+ FPS with multiple avatars. Main contributions of this project are (a) Calculating transforms from human face is suitable for the skeletal animations, which are usually easier to create and more accessible than blend shapes. (b) Using the face tracking and the avatar animator as independent modules causes that from the single camera/video input it is possible to animate multiple avatars on different devices.
VR Interactive Application
Novotný, Miroslav ; Tóth, Michal (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to learn about virtual reality and the aspects of the development for this platform. The next goal is to find well suited development environment for the application and test the capabilities and limits of them both. The thesis will be completed by designing, implementing and then testing the aplication using knowledge learnt.  
Application for Insertion of Virtual Objects to Camera Shots
Popelka, Karel ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
The aim of this project is to design an application for mobile platform which can insert virtual objects to camera shots without disturbing the scene. The application is implemented on Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 platforms. The scene rendering is done in DirectX with C++ programming language and the user interface is created in XAML. This text describes the relevant fundamentals of augmented reality and the selected platform and it describes advanced programming techniques such as asynchronous resources loading or advanced post processing rendering techniques. The result of this project is a mobile application for inserting a virtual object with its shadow to camera shot. It is possible to set some aspects of the light and take a picture with the virtual object in high resolution.
Algorithms of Level of Detail in OpenSceneGraph
Hupka, Dušan ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Pečiva, Jan (advisor)
Present graphic requires a lot of optimizations of rendering techniques and mathematical calculations. It is caused by increased requirements of scene's visualization. One of scene's optimizing techniques is the Level of detail. This thesis is focused on methods used by LOD in OpenSceneGraph and OpenGL library. Next it will be described how to choose the right level of detail in a scene. Later it will be explained how to simplify 3D models. These techniques will be implemented in converting tool and demonstrating application. Methods for simplify 3D models will be tested for their speed and quality.
Photorealistic Rendering
Štěrba, Maroš ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Vlnas, Michal (advisor)
Subject of this thesis is rendering of 3D scene using photorealistic techniques. The solution is based on bidirectional path tracing method and renders image using CPU. Application supports selected materials. Finally, application is tested and results of testing are discussed.
Procedural Architecture
Roreček, Pavel ; Tóth, Michal (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
This Bachelor's thesis describes implementation of library used for procedural generating of architecture. The thesis describes way of handling input files containing rules and symbols. Generated model is shown using visual application that uses OpenGL library and the model can be exported.
Level of Detail for Race Track Rendering
Mohelník, Petr ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Polok, Lukáš (advisor)
This work describes efficient race track rendering using OpenGL. It uses height map for terrain representation. The race track is rendered as polygonal model instanced on a curve using level of detail. An algorithm is proposed for using level of detail in real time even on mobile devices. Among described algorithms are dart throwing, Catmull-Rom spline, edge collapse simplification, view frustum culling. Part of this work is an application demonstrating the designed algorithm.
3D Game World in OpenGL
Buchta, David ; Lysek, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
Focus of this master's thesis is a study of modern techniques in computer graphics and designing and developing custom application based on which could be developed new game engine. In this thesis are highlighted techniques for creating large terrains, advanced shadows, physically based sky rendering and drawing large set of objects. Finally, performance testing of these modules is performed.

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