We study algorithms and applications for new types of cameras such as 360-degree cameras, dual cameras, and RGB-D cameras.
New image editing applications enable users to create new types of visual contents and manipulate them.
We study algorithms to lower the barrier to capturing photographs, which require either high-level technical skills or additional equipment.
Blur, which is one of the most annoying artifacts in photographs, is caused by physical limitations of cameras such as long exposure time or lens aberration. Deblurring is a problem to remove blur from a blurry image so that valuable hidden information can be revealed. Deblurring can benefit consumer cameras, medical imaging, aerial and satellite imaging, and many others.