Dr. Min Choi demonstrating dynamic muscle deformation and simulation.
The Computer Graphics Laboratory in the Computer Science and Engineering Department of the University of Colorado Denver is an interdisciplinary research center dedicated to the development of interactive computer graphics and scientific visualization techniques under the leadership of Dr. Min Choi. Research conducted through the lab explores a diverse set of topics including physical modeling, animation, and dynamic interaction with virtual environments for medical and bioinformatics applications. Additional focused research topics include physical material property extraction, 3D object reconstruction, mobile graphics solutions, and motion capture. Additional important information about the topics examined by this lab can be found by exploring our research.
The lab is equipped with state of the art graphics equipment including graphics workstations, stereoscopic 3D glasses, high performance personal computers (PCs) with dedicated graphics accelerators, high-resolution digital video cameras, multimedia software, motion capture devices, and laser based 3D scanning devices. Current research members are actively participating in various collaborative research projects utilizing these resources. Meet the research members of the lab in the about section.
The University of Denver is located in the heart of downtown Denver – at the hub of the city’s business, recreational, and commercial districts in Colorado. The UCD Graphics Laboratory is located on the 8th floor of the Lawrence Street Center as part of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. To visit the UCD Graphics laboratory consult the Parking and Transportation Services for parking options and campus map.
The following information provides the location of the UCD Computer Graphics Lab and contact information for Dr. Min Choi: