CSS 450 – Computer Graphics
Fall 2007: Interesting final projects

 

Kelvin Sung (ksung@u.washington.edu)

 

CSS450  Computing and Software Systems        UW Bothell   

 

Interesting Final Projects From

CSS450 Fall 2007

Here are some interesting final projects students worked on in Fall Quarter of 2007. All programs are compiled for MS-Window based PCs, and you must have MS DirectX9 and Visual Studio 2005 installed on your machine to run them. Since most projects require run time texture and/or sound wave file supports, you have to download the zip file, unzip it, and double click on the .exe to run them. Have fun!

This quarter we have one XBOX 360 project. Please refer to this page for details of how to load these projects onto your XBOX 360. Hint, you must belong to the XNA Creators Club to run these projects.

Who

What

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Proposal

Report/User Manual

Timothy Chuang and Howard Ramsdell and George Shohal

KARMA: This XBOX 360 game lets you and your opponent drive around vehicles with large magnets, you are to push your opponent into the black hole!

 

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Proposal

Final Report

Michael Kimmich and Jim McCool

PhotoDiver: Scuba dive around to take pictures of fishes. Watch out them sharks, they bite!

 

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Proposal

Final Report

Neil Erdman

SqueePop: Try out this fast action remake of the classic game: Uo Poko.

 

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Proposal

Final Report

Glenn Plant

Zombie Escape: Try out this remake of the LodeRunner!

 

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Proposal

Final Report

Daniel Kiepfer

C-Shape Shooter: shoot at those C++ code fragment to collect them memory garbage.

 

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Proposal

Final Report

Howard Yuen and Dmitriy Lakhter

Jetpack Explorer: navigate the maze by flying the jetpack man. Watch out them lava! The are hot and they kill!

 

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Proposal

Final Report

Ryan McMillan and Henry Sia

Rotten Banana: take turn tossing bad banana at each other and see who gets poison first!

 

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Final Report

Aaron Burke and Celia Parker

Escape From Orion: have fun shooting them asteroids, just make sure you don’t run into the planets!

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Proposal

Final Report

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0442420. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Nation Science Foundation.

 

 

 

 

The refinement of this course material is supported by a grant from Microsoft Research under the Computer Gaming Curriculum in Computer Science RFP, Award Number 15871.

 



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