2017 Instructor: Vlad Wojcik
SCENE SEGMENTATON PROJECT: (Due 31 March 2017, 2 PM)
Peruse three images shown above. They were taken with custom equipment, and simulate as if you had three eyes, spread horizontally, 50 mm apart, with the eye at center being dominant. The images show views from your left, center and right eye. These images exhibit uncanny similarities, but are not identical. The project involves creating a software that would segment these views in terms of objects on the first plane, second plane, etc.
Sample images: TIFF Standard Pumpkins (3 MPix) Still life (no flash) (3 MPix) Still life (with flash) (3 MPix) Escarpment (12 MPix) Escarpment (3 MPix) Forest (12 MPix) Forest (3 MPix) Stump (12 MPix) Stump (3 MPix) Stump (12 MPix) Stump (3 MPix) Ice (12 MPix) Ice (3 MPix) Toronto (12 MPix) Toronto (3 MPix) Mirror (12 MPix) Mirror (3 MPix) Mirror (12 MPix) Mirror (3 MPix)
How many planes are on these photos?
You may download the TIFF originals of these images and start experimenting with them. Additional images are also available: please peruse the table beside.
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Instructor: Vlad Wojcik
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