Computer Engineering 290 - Final Project Report Requirements
You should write a page or two of text about your final project. The
report contain information about the following things:
This report is important to us because it helps us know you actually
understand the features you've used. It also gives you a chance to
get a little credit for any problems you had by explaining how you
would fix the problem if you had the time. This is your chance to
tell us (informally) how much you understand writing an interactive
application with OpenGL. We're not looking for a thesis; we expect
you to spend half an hour or so writing what you've learned from the
- What did you set out to do? (Repeat your proposal briefly, especially
the OpenGL features you expected to use.)
- How much of your proposal did you finish?
- How much of your proposal did you NOT finish, and how would
you finish those things if you had the time?
- How well did your project meet the requirements we put on
the web page?
- What extra credit did you implement, and how? (If any)
- What would you implement for version 2.0 (if you had to)?
- Anything else you think is interesting about your program.
Handing it in
Bring your printed report to the lab at your project presentation
time. You can print it at the lab just before your time slot. Your
SSN or student ID number, name, and date you wrote it must be on