Subject: Subject Sylbus: Three Dimensional Imaging and Reconstruction - 049062

Three Dimensional Imaging and Reconstruction - 049062
Credit
Points
2.0
 
Given In
Semester
b
 
  Lecture Exercise Laboratory Project or
Seminar
House
Work
Weekly
Hours
2        

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and the submission of the final thesis


Prerequisites: Image Processing and Analysis 046200
or Optics 114210
or Computer Vision 236873
 
Identical Courses: Advanced Topics in Image Structure 2 048972


Physical Approaches for Three Dimensional Mapping of Objects and Scenes, Mainly by Light. the Approaches Are Based on Triangulation, Depth of Field, Structured Light, Coherence, Scattering , Diffraction Analysis, Shading, Shadows, Polarization, Aperture Engineering, Fluorescence, Time of Flight and Tomography. the Scenes Span Scales: Microscopic, through Macroscopic, to Astronomic. Approaches for Three Dimensional Display.

Learning Outcomes
Following the Course the Students Will
1. Be Familiar with Principles and Approches for Passive and Active Measurments of Object Range.
2. Be Familiar with Principles and Approches for Passive and Active Measurments of Object Slopes (Gradients) and Three Dimensional Shapes.
3. Be Familiar with Principles and Approches for Sensing Volumetric Objects (E.G. Tomography).
4. Be Familiar with Principles and Approches for Creating Visual Effects Exploited for Three Dimensional Display.
5. Understand the Limitations and Advantages of the Different Approaches.




System of hours to the semesters
Semester Previous Semester information 02/2016 2016-2017 Spring Semester

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