Computational Photography Class
My senior year fall semester I took a class on computational photography and image manipulation. Even though they were class projects I still like to show them because the results from just a little bit of linear algebra still amaze me. The above panorama was stitched together automatically by comparing similar images using corners as features then RANSAC to find the appropriate transformation. (Project Link) Projects were done in either Python or MatLab depending on the problem. Other projects include, expanding and shrinking images based on energy seams , implementing selective focusing of lightfield images, and warping images between each other . To date it is one of my favorite classes I took at Cal.