Three-Dimensional Imaging and Reconstruction
Winter 2018 - Yoav
When? Where? Who?Classes are on Tuesdays 14:30-16:30.
They are held in the
Ullman Building (unusual location for grad courses), Room 214 .
The course is taught in English if a foreign student attends.
Lectures are taught by Yoav Schechner.
- Triangulation (Stereo, motion, structured light, shadowgrams, shape from shadows, deflectometry).
- Limited depth of field in surface sensing (depth from focus/defocus/diffusion, coded apertures).
- Lightfield cameras and integral imaging
- Focus-based Volumetric sensing (3D deconvolution, confocal/2-photon microscopy, projected gratings)
- Photometry and polarimetry (shape from shading/fluorescence/polarization, depth from scattering/turbulence).
- Tomography modalities for volumetric sensing
- Phase-based methods (interferometry, holography, OCT, phase contrast, quantitative phase microscopy).
- Ranging in astronomy
- Time of flight
- Displays for 3D (Eye-glass-based, autostereoscopic, volumetric).
There are no firm prerequisites. For easier flow of teaching and studying, it is assumed the student has
background in one (not all) of the following areas: either in image processing, imaging, photography, optics or computer vision.
In case of doubt, consult the lecturer to confirm practical suitability.
73% of the grade is a small project that typically involves analysis of a recent paper from the literature, writing a report and giving a talk on this study.
20% of the grade is for attendence and participation.
7% of the grade is for a photography challenge (View the 2013 photography challenge collection)