MSc Computer Graphics, Vision and Imaging

MSc Com­put­er Graph­ics, Vision & Imag­ing (CGVI) is a one year full-time advanced Mas­ters course pro­vid­ing train­ing in com­put­er graph­ics, vir­tu­al real­i­ty, machine vision and imag­ing technology.

Some mod­ules such as the COMPGV07 — Vir­tu­al Envi­ron­ments require use of our the Immer­sive Dis­plays Lab. You should liaise with your course coor­di­na­tor to gain access. The pur­pose of this course is to intro­duce stu­dents to the main con­cepts and prac­ti­cal issues in con­struct­ing and under­stand­ing Vir­tu­al Envi­ron­ments, and how peo­ple respond to a VE expe­ri­ence. Giv­en the back­ground of the course teach­ers, the focus on the tech­ni­cal side will be more on the visu­al aspects of VEs. A cen­tral theme of the course will also be that the under­stand­ing of VEs can be best under­stood through the con­cepts of pres­ence and shared presence.

Individual Projects

Some BSc/MSc indi­vid­ual projects might ben­e­fit from the use our facil­i­ties. Please dis­cuss any such a require­ment direct­ly with your supervisor.