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Computers and Illusion - from photography to computer vision

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“Computer Science and Illusion”, will explore some connections between visual perception, computational theories of vision, and computer processing of images. It will touch on: perspective in drawings and how a computer can understand it; illusions of colour perception and the theory due to Edwin Land, the inventor of the Polaroid camera; stereoscopic vision, illusions and making computers see in depth . There will be various demonstrations of how the understanding of visual perspective, colour and texture has helped to produce more powerful tools for manipulating images by computer.

This talk is part of the SciSoc – Cambridge University Scientific Society series.

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