How is your camera able to detect whether the person in front of it is smiling or not? How is it possible to create non-real figures and insert them into a motion picture? Why are some products so appealing and easy to use, while others are not?
The answer to the first question is Computer Vision - that is, to automatically make a computer understand what it sees. The answer to the second is Computer Graphics - that is, to make a computer automatically visualise a virtual object. The answer to the third question is a deep understanding of user needs and user experience design.
Together, these three topics form the core of the master's programme in Vision, Graphics and Interactive Systems at Aalborg University.
Computer vision is a field which covers processing and analysis of images to give an understanding of what is captured by machines. Computer graphics covers all about displaying and how to represent things thanks to different methods supported by software and hardware.
Finally, the interactive systems part is concerned with how to create and/or improve your experience of using your daily devices, for example the reaction of your TV, when you are browsing channels or how much fun it is to play the latest game on your phone.
These topics cover a large band of technologies and theories which will be a part of our future for sure.
The master's programme in Vision, Graphics and Interactive Systems at Aalborg University provides you with extensive experience in analysing, designing, implementing and testing complex high-technology software solutions, especially focused on vision, graphics and interfaces.
These solutions typically involve either interfaces to specialised hardware, interfaces to users, execution on mobile platforms or any combination of these domains. You are thus highly skilled in complex systems engineering, i.e., “making complicated stuff work”. This competence makes you very valuable to employers and over the years, our graduates have found it very easy to find an attractive and stimulating occupation in industry or academia, nationally and internationally.
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Applicants to the master's programme in Vision, Graphics and Interactive Systems at Aalborg University are required to have a bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering or equivalent. The following programmes qualify for the master's in Vision, Graphics and Interactive Systems*:FULL BACHELOR
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