This course was a part of the University of Ottawa's 34th round of the Enrichment Mini-courses Program for the year 2014 which
targets students already in (or about to start) high-school.
The course has covered a multitude of topics that are all under the umbrella of electronic imaging and which are expected
to be of interest for the artistically-inclined as well as the STEM-inclined types of students. Basic concepts of image processing,
image analysis, image synthesis and image communication were introduced. The course was comprised of a set of 30-minutes presentations
(can be found below) with hands-on exercises and group activities in-between.
Exercises and Group Activities
Links for Hands-on Exercises
Imaging Basics I
Imaging Basics II
2D Geometric Tarnsformations
The Spiral Illusion and The Color-making Files
Pixlr: an online image editor
ezimba: an online image manipulator
An Image Warper
Edge, Corner and Line Detection Demo
Snapshots for Some of
The Hands-on Exercises
Hands-on Exercise on Image Segmentation
Hands-on Exercise on Image Compression
Some Panoramas Taken by
Students During The Course's Group Activities
The teams' anaglyphs can be reached through Prof.Dubois' webpage in the "Group photos" section. Click
here to check them.
Students and Instructors of "The Wonderful World of Electronic Imaging"