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Seminar: Applied Creative Computing (Ritschel)

Applied Creative Computing(Seminar, Winter Semester 2013/2014)

Tobias Ritschel

Bernhard Reinert     Chuong Nguyen

This seminar explores how machines can be used to support and understand human creativity. We will discuss classic tools to aid manual creation of content in 2D, 3D, animation, or novel media such as fabrication. A key question is the analysis and reproduction of artistic style. Further, novel user interfaces, such as sketching, depth sensors like Microsoft Kinect or suggestion-based interactive feedback systems are discussed. Most papers propose systems solving a novel problem or challenge by applying existing ideas from computer graphics, computer vision, geometry and / or machine learning.

The target audience are students in computer science or related fields. This seminar is focused on working with and understanding of scientific texts from computer science (graphics, vision) as well as user interfaces and human perception.

The seminar language is English.

Time: Monday, 12:00-14:00
First seminar: Monday, 21.10.2013
Room: Building E1.4 (Max-Planck-Institut), Room 0.24
Registration: Please subscribe to this seminar by sending an email with your name, matriculation number, current semester, and email address to Chuong Nguyen.
HISPOS: Course No. 75056

Additional information, such as a tentative topic list is available at this website. It is accessible only from within the university or using your account.

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