The Tech Talks Stuttgart event series presents technical topics from the fields of VFX and animation for scientists, creative professionals, students and the interested public. The next event will take place on June 21, 18:30 CET at the Das Gutbrod, Friedrichstr. 11, 70174 Stuttgart. Free entry!
The number of visitors is limited, so please register in advance via firstname.lastname@example.org.
„Bye-bye lens grids?! Distortion and exposure fall-off workflows reinvented“
Business and Ecosystem Development Manager Digital Cinematography
Marius Jerschke from Zeiss takes a closer look at the distortion workflow and its importance for compositing and matchmoving work. How do the traditional methods like lens grid work and what are their drawbacks? Marius will compare these approaches with a new Zeiss servie that provides frame-accurate distortion data for VFX work with only a few clicks.
„Programmable optics for computational photography“
University of Tübingen
As computational imaging and optics converge new application specific camera designs emerge, reaching beyond the model of the human visual system.Adding a spatial light modulator (SLM) to the optical system of a camera enables modulation of thepoint spread function (PSF) programmatically, for example. This talk explores some of the applications and implications of jointly optimizing programmable optical elements and task specific reconstruction algorithms in the context of computational cameras.
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