Computer Vision for Graphics and Interaction
|Offered this year?||No|
|When Offered?||Most years|
Modern visual computing often relies on computer vision: to create, manipulate, and organize real-world captured imagery, and to interact with computers in natural ways through cameras. In this seminar course, we will discover the state of the art algorithmic contributions in computer vision which make these new applications possible. Each week, we will read pairs of complementary papers, present them, and discuss their contributions, impact, and limitations. Beyond computer vision, this course will help students learn how to quickly interpret and assess academic papers, and how to give effective and engaging presentations.
Prerequisites: One of CSCI 1430, CSCI 2240, CLPS 1520, ENGN 1610 or instructor permission