About the Book
Though initially intended as a companion guide to graduate courses at Georgia Tech, it has grown into a full-blown, 300-page behemoth designed to be an accessible introduction to foundational concepts in computer vision. It features cross-references, thorough explanations, and external links to minimize assumed knowledge from the reader. From facial recognition to augmented reality, many of the algorithms and ideas presented are still widely used today and form the backbone to computational perception.
(This work was donation-based while I was authoring it; if you were one of the wonderful folks who fed my caffeine addiction and would like a copy of the latest edition, contact me!)
About the Author
Just a guy who enjoys making complex content more accessible to all.