Stanford University
EE 362 / PSYCH 221 : Applied Vision and Imaging Systems
Winter 2006

Applied Vision and Image Systems EE 362 (Psych 221) is an introduction to vision science and its applications to imaging technologies. The course is designed specifically for students interested in various aspects of imaging technologies, such as
  • Human vision
  • Digital cameras
  • Printers and displays
  • Image compression
  • Image quality

Students who like to work with images and are interested in these aspects of imaging technologies should find this course useful.

The course consists of a series of lectures, seminar discussions, and laboratory tutorials. Lectures given by Professor Wandell will cover the basic tools used in digital imaging and image quality measurement; software simulations of digital imaging will be a significant component of the course; guests from industry will provide special seminars and give their perspectives on industry directions.

Some background in perception (equivalent to Psych 102) and mathematics (linear algebra) is valuable. Some experience with Matlab programming is useful, but not necessary.

Section Information

Meeting Time & Place
Class: Tue Thurs 3:15 - 4:45pm - (Location Class: 160-323, Wallenberg)

Instructors Office Hours & Location
Brian Wandell Following class or by appointment
Joyce Farrell
Greg Ng Jordan Hall 417, Mon 5pm; after class, or by appt. email: gregng

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