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This course covers computational techniques for the analysis and
synthesis of digital images. Using algorithms and approaches from
computer graphics, image processing, computer vision, and augmented
reality, students will build computer systems that are visually
interactive. This course covers topics such as image formation,
feature extraction, object segmentation, recognition, and tracking,
rendering, and multi-view geometry. Prerequisite: Computer Science 201
or permission of the instructor.
This course coincides with FILM 353: Virtual Environments, jointly meeting several times over the semester for workshops and exhibitions.