Five Minute Speech: An Overview of Activities Developed in Computational Geometry Discipline. In this presentation, I spoke about the main idea of the article entitled 'Capacity-Constrained Point Distributions: A Variant of Lloyd's Method' [Balzer, M. et al. 2009]. In this article the authors present a new general-purpose method for optimizing existing point sets. The resulting distributions possess high-quality blue noise characteristics and adapt precisely to given density functions.This method is similar to the commonly used Lloyd's method while avoiding its drawbacks.