COSC450

Computer Vision and Graphics

COSC450 Assessment, Semester 1, 2018

There will be an examination worth 60% and 2 assignments worth a total of 40%. Details of the assignments will be available here shortly. Note: We are still sorting out the details of the assignments, so they may change sliightly.

Late penalties for assignments will apply at the usual rate of 10% per working day. Any issues with the deadlines or requests for extensions should be directed to Steven Mills (steven@cs.otago.ac.nz)

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Assignment 1: Checkerboard Target Tracking


More details will be available soon, but in the first Assignment you will implement an algortithm to track the position of a moving camera relative to a target object in the scene. We will be using a checkerboard pattern as the target, since OpenCV makes detecting these simple.

Assignment 2: Augmented Reality Rendering


In the second Assignment you will write code to render an object in such a way that it blends in well with the real scene. In combination with the tracker from Assignment 1 this will create a basic, but complete, Augmented Reality system.

Exam


The examination will consist of three questions, each worth 20 marks. The examination content will be discussed later in the semester, but will it cover material from the Lectures and associated readings.