We are a computer graphics group based in Yale's Computer Science Department. At Yale we are immersed in a unique environment with world-class faculties in the visual arts and sciences, including Art, Architecture, Art History, Drama, Psychology and Medicine. We have access to rich resources in the collections of the university's libraries and museums. The Yale campus itself and the surrounding Connecticut Shoreline provide us with visual inspiration and challenges. 


  1. Spring Courses in Computer Graphics

    Two courses in computer graphics are being offered in Spring 2017:

    CPSC 079 Digital Photorealism  -- Prof. Dorsey

    CPSC 478/578 Computer Graphics -- Prof. Rushmeier

    Opportunities for projects in graphics (CPSC 290 and CPSC 490) are available in the areas of cultural heritage, sketching and machine learning.

  2. Rushmeier Named ACM Fellow

    Prof. Holly Rushmeier has been selected as a fellow by the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery): 


  3. CHER-Ob v1.0 is released!

    CHER-Ob (CULTURAL HERITAGE-Object) is an open source platform developed in an attempt to enhance analysis, evaluation, documentation, sharing and management of 3D and 2D visualizations as well as textual and conservation science data. More details can be found here.