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hi,
I am a final yr computer science student on the verge of deciding on a final yr project. I am interesting in a predictive rendering and i have been reading alot of thesis that is predictive rendering based but i am yet to decide on how to approach the topic. I have been looking at the rendering pipeline and am thinking along that line in improvement basis however, when i pitch it to my supervisor he claim that i should look around more. SO any suggestions would be welcome.
Thank you for ur time.
Posted 10-Nov-11 10:32am
Updated 10-Nov-11 10:49am
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Smithers-Jones 10-Nov-11 16:50pm
   
It's "final year", not "final yr".
AspDotNetDev 10-Nov-11 17:01pm
   
Oftentimes, the inability of one to come up with an idea is due to a lack of imagination. Allow me to stir it up for you with some random words and ideas: donkey, hyperdragons, sequential infinity, stock dock, abstract whiteboards, cram jungle... donkey.
Smithers-Jones 10-Nov-11 17:09pm
   
:-)

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Wow, just last week we were saying how much we get questions like these. Read the questions and answers on that question Suggest OOP project in C++[^]. You'll find that it mostly depends on your own knowledge and interests. Google around too, can be a great source of inspiration. I just found this[^] for OpenGL. The techniques are pretty outdated, but that gives you the opportunity to do better. It could at least inspire you and give some idea's Smile | :)
And how about this[^]?
Good luck!
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