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mahaju

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Hello
I am current ly enrolled in 3rd 2nd Semester Year BE Electronics Engineering at IOE in Nepal. We have a computer graphics course here and it has just started. Till now we have done basic Graphics algorithms such as Bresenhams Line Drawing algorithms and Circle drawing algorithms. At this moment I am finding the subject quite formiddable. We have to complete a project a project by the end of this semester in languages such as C,C++,C#, Borland C++ Builder or Java. Could you please please please give me some idea on what kind of project i may persue? It has only been a few days after the course began but it is already making me nervous. Please Help me.

Thanks in Advance :)
 

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Since you're into EE, you should try a basic simulator for a simple RC filter. You apply a signal to the input and based on the equations of the RC filter, calculate and represent the output waveform. Good luck with your project!
 

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do you meant you need something to do with graphics?
 

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Why don't you make an AHRS artificial horizon, like they use in autopilots? It's not too hard, but it presents a challenge.. That's what I'd do.. well.. did... :D
 

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you can also do something with factorials they always impress people.
 

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