Miniature coded apperture computational photography - ON-135

Preferred Disciplines: Computer Science (Computational photograph)
Project length: 8-12 months (2 units)
Desired start date: As soon as possible
Location: Toronto, Ontario
No. of Positions: 1
Preferences: Toronto region prefered. Language: no preference
Company: NA

 

About Company:

Our company is working on a noval way to reduce the cost and size of computational photography equipment.

Project Description:

Computational photography, Light field photography, Understanding of coded aperture computational photography to develop a software platform that can initially be used to render an image with directional information. Ultimately to compile images to become videos. Designing optimal coded aperture interface for application.

Background and required skills

Research Objectives/Sub-Objectives:

  • To develop a prototype software to can process image taken through a coded apperture. The software should be able to compute and render distance and directional data of captured image
  • To design an optimized Coded apperture configuration

Methodology:

  • To be developed

Expertise and Skills Needed:

  • Computational Photography
  • Coding
  • Matlab

 

For more info or to apply to this applied research position, please

  1. Check your eligibility and find more information about open projects.
  2. Interested students need to get the approval from their supervisor and send their CV along with a link to their supervisor’s university webpage by applying directly to Jillian Hatnean, jhatnean(a)mitacs.ca
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