News flashes:
  • 8/26/16 - Here is a version of Marc Levoy's CS 178 (Digital Photography) taught at Google, including recordings of the lectures (also on YouTube).
  • 7/24/16 - Marc Levoy's paper with Google Research on high dynamic range and low-light imaging has been accepted to SIGGRAPH Asia 2016.
  • 10/21/14 - Our papers (with Karl Deisseroth's lab) on 3D deconvolution and wavefront coding for light field microscopy have appeared in Optics Express.
  • 6/30/14 - Marc Levoy has retired from Stanford, effective today, to become full-time at Google. See his home page for details.
  • 8/30/13 - The Halide language for computational photography and image processing is now open source. The compiler is available here.

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