Status: available Supervisor: Simon Brenner
The Computer Vision Lab has developed a Multispectral Imaging system for the imaging of ancient manuscripts (see Fig.1), which was continuously used and updated for the last 15 years. In this hands-on internship you will help us further improve the system, both in hard- and software.
In the following, the current TO-DO list for the system is given. For the internship, you can pick a couple of tasks that you find most interesting and doable in the intended time-frame.
- Extending the focus-shift calibration
- Raking-light configuration in the IR-Range
- Reducing the ‘jerk’ in movements of the linear unit
- Designing/purchasing a new mount for diffusion filters
- Mobile/Foldable design for Photometric Stero acquisition
- Little repairs on tripods, darkening tent, etc
- Ensure fixed object-camera-distance (e.g. with a lifting platform and a two-laser-aiming setup)
- Improvements of the acquisition logic (software)
..of course those tasks require further explanation, which will be given at a personal meeting.
- You enjoy to work with hardware and to solve practical problems
- You know C++ & Qt
- Implement Upgrades
- Test them
- Write a report
If you are interested, write to firstname.lastname@example.org