In the recent post it said:
"Questions will test your understanding of the concepts much more than reproducing
How are we expected to respond to a question like this other than with the information from the slides for questions such as Catmull-Clark Subdivison or Blinn-Phong?
Thanks! Any help is appreciated.
I do not mean that you should not respond to a question with slide material - you definitely should if you think its the correct response. What I actually mean is that
you can expect questions to be a little thought provoking. As an example, for many questions, a student who does not understand the underlying concept may still struggle
to respond correctly even after I open the correct slide in front of the student. The point is, it is important to think about the underlying concepts while preparing.
I hope it clarified your confusion. Do not feel intimidated. The exam is not very difficult. If you prepare well, you will definitely be able to do good. Best of luck!