Check out the Computational Photography | Coursera Course I am working on now. This course is aimed at teaching you the basics of how computation has impacted the entire workflow of photography, from how images are captured, manipulated and collaborated on and shared. At the core of it photography means, drawing with light and how light can […]
In Spring 2012, I am teaching 2 classes. Advanced Computational Photography (CS 8803 PHO) [with Grant Schindler] This is an advanced topics class in Computational Photography, building on my intro class and explores technical aspects of pictures, and more precisely the capture and depiction of reality on a 2D medium. The scientific, perceptual, and artistic […]
I am very pleased that my colleague (and friend) Professor Frank Dellaert has taken over my DVFX class that I have been teaching since 1999 (see site here). It is clear already that this new edition of the DVFX class will be even more exciting then the previous editions. Can’t wait to see the final […]
DVFX 2007 Video Productions Final Screening for CS4480 (Digital Video Special Effect) Course, Spring 2007 was held at April 26, 2007 in TSRB (85 5th Street NW, Altanta, GA 30308) at 12n. See the Videos at DVFX 2007 Video Productions and all the details about the productions.
The Digital Video Special Effects class of Spring 2004 (CS 4480) presented their final productions on April 28, 2005, in CoCB 16 at 2:00p. Students showed and discussed the short video segments (less than 1 minute each) that they have produced to showcase the technical special effects they have generated during the semester.
DVFX 2004 Video Productions “Once Upon A Time” The Digital Video Special Effects class of Spring 2004 (CS 4480/8803dfx) will present their final productions on April 22, 2004 in CoCB 102 at 12n. Students will show and discuss the short video segments (less than 1 minutes each) that they have produced to showcase the technical […]
DVFX 2003 Video Productions. The Digital Video Special Effects class of Spring 2003 (CS 4480) present their final productions. Students show and discuss the short video segments (less than 1 minutes each) that they have produced to showcase the technical special effects they have generated during the course of the semester. This class is an […]
DVFX@GeorgiaTech The DVFX Group at the Georgia Tech’s GVU Center and the School of Interactive Computing is aimed at exploring the technical aspects of digital video special effects production and computer animation. For more information see the research at the Computational Perception Laboratory, and the class offerings in this area since 1999. Check out the […]