Challenge conventional image capture with innovative new techniques. Students obtain direct, hands-on experience with a wide range of unusual devices for acquiring information about the world, including panoramic and hyperspectral imagers, depth sensors, 3D scanners, photogrammetry, motion capture systems such as face-trackers, ultrasonic and binaural audio, and more.
Thermal (FLIR), infrared, ultraviolet, and polarization cameras, depth sensors (Kinect, RealSense), high-resolution light field cameras (Lytro), LIDAR sensors and a variety of 3-D scanners, panoramic and 360-degree imagers, time lapse video and ultra high-speed videography, practical photogrammetry with DepthKit, Skanect, Agisoft Metashape software, motion capture systems for the face, hands, eyes and body with tools like OpenPose, FaceOSC, Antilatency, Brekel, Leap Motion and Tobii systems
Golan Levin is a professor of computation arts at Carnegie Mellon University. He also serves as the Director of CMU’s Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. Golan is a two-time TED speaker and a graduate of the MIT Media Laboratory.Register