This semester I took Georgia Tech's Computational Photography course. It was a very hands-on course, mostly comprising of assignments and projects. This post includes the results for all its assignments and projects.
1. Pyramid blending
The goal of this assignment was to combine two separate images into a seamlessly blended image, using a mask. The input took a left image, a right image, and a mask, which was a binary image used to overlap the two inputs.
For this assignment we wrote code to align & stitch together a series of images into a panorama. We followed the text from Computer Vision: Algorithms and Applications book. The assignment followed homography techniques to create the output picture.
After stitching these …