CSC320H1: Introduction to Visual Computing


Image synthesis and image analysis aimed at students with an interest in computer graphics, computer vision, or the visual arts. Focus on three major topics: (1) visual computing principles—computational and mathematical methods for creating, capturing, analyzing, and manipulating digital photographs (image acquisition, basic image processing, image warping, anti-aliasing); (2) digital special effects—applying these principles to create special effects found in movies and commercials; (3) visual programming—using C/C++ and OpenGL to create graphical user interfaces for synthesizing and manipulating photographs. The course requires the ability to use differential calculus in several variables and linear algebra.

CSC209H1/ ( CSC207H1, proficiency in C or C++)/ CSC209H5/ CSCB09H3/ ESC190H1/ ECE244H1; MAT223H1/ MAT240H1/ MAT185H1/ MAT188H1, ( MAT136H1 with a minimum mark of 77)/ ( MAT137Y1 with a minimum mark of 73)/ ( MAT157Y1 with a minimum mark of 67)/ MAT235Y1/ MAT237Y1/ MAT257Y1/ MAT291H1/ MAT292H1
CSC320H5. NOTE: Students not enrolled in the Computer Science Major or Specialist program at A&S, UTM, or UTSC, or the Data Science Specialist at A&S, are limited to a maximum of 1.5 credits in 300-/400-level CSC/ECE courses.
The Physical and Mathematical Universes (5)