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Computational Photography & Video

Instructors: Prof. Dr. Marc Pollefeys

Assistants: Dr. Kevin Koeser and Dr. Luca Ballan
Spring 2010

Lectures: Wednesday 13-15 in HG F3

Exercices: Wednesday 16-17 in HG F3 


Computational Photography is an emerging new field created by the convergence of computer graphics, computer vision and photography.  Its role is to overcome the limitations of the traditional camera by using computational techniques to produce a richer, more vivid, perhaps more perceptually meaningful representation of our visual world.  


Target Audience

The target audience of this course are advanced Bachelors or Master students, PhD students are welcome to attend.  


  • Introduction on Computational Photography [ppt][pdf]
  • More on Camera,Sensors and Color [ppt][pdf]
  • Warping, Mosaics and Morphing [ppt][pdf]
  • Blending and compositing [ppt][pdf]
  • High-dynamic range [ppt][pdf]
  • Video Synthesis [ppt][pdf]
  • Intrinsic Images [ppt][pdf]
  • Time-Lapse Video [ppt][pdf]

(see the following link)

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Marc Pollefeys, last updated April 22, 2010.