10 Unsolved Problems in Computer Graphics
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A collection of "unsolved problems" lists made by
famous CG people.
These generally come by sets of 10 :^).
1966: Ivan Sutherland:
in
here (at begining) and
here (2005' answers).
1977:
Martin Newell and Jim Blinn
1987:
Paul Heckbert
1991:
SIGGRAPH panels:
ultrashort summary here (middle)
, official
broken link.
Al Barr, F.P. Brooks, S. Card, J. Clark, S. Feiner, A.R. Forrest,
Pat Hanrahan, A. van Dam
1998: Levoy's favorite:
in
Open problems in computer graphics (end).
1998: Jim Blinn, return: in Siggraph98 keynote (jump to 66%),
IEEE
CGnA article (also here).
2000: Jim Foley
More:
references:
- I.E. Sutherland, "Ten Unsolved Problems in Computer Graphics,") Datamation, Vol. 12, No. 5, May 1966, pp. 22-27.
- M. Newell and J. Blinn, "The Progression of Realism in
Computer Generated Images," ACM 77 Proc., Oct. 1977, pp. 444-448
- P. Heckbert, "Ten Unsolved Problems in Rendering," Workshop on
Rendering Algorithms and Systems, Graphics Interface 87, April
1987,Toronto
- "Computer Graphics: More Unsolved Problems" F. Crow and
S. Feiner, panel co-chairs, with A. Barr, F.P. Brooks, Jr., S. Card,
J. Clark, A.R. Forrest, P. Hanrahan, A. van Dam, Computer Graphics
(Proc. Siggraph 91), Vol. 25, No. 4, 1991, p. 363.
- James F. Blinn, "Ten More Unsolved Problems in Computer
Graphics," IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 18, no. 5,
pp. 86-89, 1998.
- "Getting There: The Ten Top Problems Left", IEEE Computer
Graphics and Applications, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 66-68, Jan/Feb,
2000.