Computer Graphics and Image Processing
The computer graphics and image processing group has a wide range of interests in the development of theory and methodology for image capture, image analysis and image synthesis. Current focus areas are:
- Predictive and photo realistic rendering
- High Dynamic Range (HDR) video
- Statistical methods for image retrieval
- Cognitive models for autonomous agents
- Data driven and inverse techniques for estimation and modeling of scene features such as geometry, materials and HDR lighting environments.
With a strong foundation in the theoretically oriented research, the group is also active within a number of demonstrator projects and industrial and academic collaborations directed towards development of state-of-the-art applications within the focus areas.
The group hosts the Visual Computing Laboratory, a lab and research environment directed towards research and development of theory and methodology for image capture, image analysis and image synthesis. Current areas of focus can be found in the areas of High Dynamic Range (HDR) Video, temporally and spatially varying Image Based Lighting , color signal processing and data driven estimation and modeling of scene features such as geometry, materials and HDR lighting environments.
Linköping University coordinates a 1.8 billion SEK grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg foundation within the area of autonomous systems. The MIT projects, Visual Autonomy and Cognitive Companions, led by Prof. Anders Ynnerman and Dr. Jonas Unger, form a large part of the proposal.
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Last updated: 2015-06-01