MAT 265 Open Projects in Optical/Motion-Computational Processes

George Legrady
RJ Duran

Elings Hall, lab 2611, CNSI Building 2nd floor - Wednesday: 2pm/6pm
Experimental Visualization Lab

Course Description

M265 is a student defined research projects course focused on optical, or any other imaging/sensing device interfaced with a computer such as anamorphs, experiments in multiple exposure, spatial & virtual exploration, distance/presence, reflection and penetration (x-ray, infrared, etc.), medical (MRI, PET), and astronomy, cameras that function as sensors, recording, and vision devices.

Workload consists of project proposal with research focus worked out with the instructor, realization, presentation of work-in-progress through the quarter, followed by an online documentation that describes the research and results.

Final Projects

Byungkyu (Jay) Kang
Hannah Wolfe
Yoon Chung Han
Paul Jacobs

TweetProbe: A Real-Time Microblog Stream Visualization Framework
R.O.V.E.R.: Reactive Observant Vacuous Emotive Robot
Digiti Sonus - Advanced Interactive Fingerprint Sonification Using Visual Feature Analysis
Fluidic Space: From Visualization to Expressionism

Grading Participation and Literature Review 30%
Completion of project 30%
Research Value 10%
OnLine final webpage 30%

The course is designed to acommodate both beginning and advanced students. All students will be expected to perform at the level of their expertise.