This wiki describes software and experimental methods developed for digital imaging applications in the VistaLab. The work here is done in collaboration with members of Stanford's Center for Image Systems Engineering.
There is a PDC Software page that explains how to download software and use SVN.
If you are a new lab member and would like to review general issues please visit the Vistalab new member page
Current PDC projects
- Interleaved Imaging - A novel design for extending camera dynamic range
- Reflectance and Illuminant Estimation - New ideas about these old problems
- Camera Image Quality Metrics- Camera Image Quality Metrics
- L3 Algorithm - Automatic pipeline learning for arbitrary CFAs
- Creating 3D ISET scenes
- Metric, Simulations, Experiments for Colorblind
- ClearType Experiment - SVM on cone sampled images
Previous and Related PDC projects
- Integrated Color Pixel
- Spatial CIELAB
- Display Simulation
- Misprint calculation - Tools for rapid misprint identification
- Demosaicking and Denoising - Software and image quality analysis
- Pixel Binning - Increased sensitivity, lower bandwidth
- ClearType Experiments - Preference judgments
The Synapse project is supported by DARPA and managed by IBM. Stanford was a sub-contractor. The pages here aim to integrate the public components of that project. These public components can be useful on their own, without access to the proprietary parts controlled by our partners.
The Synapse project can be checked out using svn from https://white.stanford.edu/darpa/synapse. To receive a password for this repository (which is different from the ee or vista repository), ask Robert Dougherty or Brian Wandell.
We will be moving to git before too long. In the meantime, we are still using svn and that browser. Here are quick links
Image databases and related
Curated list of image databases
- Image quality database from Winkler
- Color calibration data (Spain)
- Penn image database
- UT Austin Nikon image database
- Face stimuli database see reference Vision Research paper by Bednar
Manu Parmar, Joyce Farrell, Steven Lansel, Jiajing Xu, Peter Catrysse and Brian Wandell. You may be interested to browse through a large collection of student projects related to this work.