Image Quality Testing course at Electronic Imaging 2016

Untitled 1Don Williams and I will be presenting an introductory course on image quality testing next month in San Francisco. We adopt a two-hour format, providing a background for those interested in other courses on, e.g.,  Color Calibration, Image Noise Analysis, or 3D acquisition. IS&T’s Electronic Imaging Symposium will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Union Square.

camera_fig1_smallUsing an informal seminar style, we introduce the basics that are often assumed in advanced classes. The what and why, before we get to how to.

  • Why measure Imaging performance for image capture?
  • Standards versus Guidelines
  • Benchmarking competing systems
  • Color test charts, and standard reporting
  • Reference software: free and commercial
  • Sources of variability and measurement error

Course Title: EI01: Introduction to Image Quality Testing: Targets, Software, and Standards*
Sunday, February 14, 2016, 8:00 – 10:00 am
Course Length: 2 hours

Intended Audience
This course is intended for a wide audience: image scientists, quality engineers, and others evaluating digital camera and scanner performance. No background in imaging performance (optical distortion, color-error, MTF, etc.) evaluation will be assumed.

*prices for all increase by $50 after January 14, 2016

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