|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||Demonstration on a specific appliation of general 3D imaging and anlaysis techniques in the real world. Partial peer assessment.||40%|
|Semester Assessment||Literature survey on a specific application of 3D imaging and analysis techniques in the real world. 6000 words.||60%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Resubmission of failed components (or equivalent).||100%|
On successful completion of this module students should be able to:
Apply general 3D imaging and analysis techniques to solve representative real world problems.
Demonstrate the ability to evaluate and compare different 3D imaging and analysis techniques for specific real world applications.
Understand typical issues in applying general 3D imaging and analysis techniques to real world problems.
Demonstrate the knowledge about the state of the art 3D imaging and analysis techniques.
This module explores and demonstrates how the general 3D imaging and analysis techniques can be tailored to meet specific requirements of different applications in the real world. It will pay particular attention to the analysis of the requirements of specific applications, the adaptation of general 3D imaging and analysis techniques to solve the problems in the real world applications, and demonstration of the introduced techniques whenever possible.
Necessity and possibility for the application of 3D imaging and analysis techniques in the real world, performance evaluation of techniques, staff involved, module assessment, reading list.
2. Heritage archives and preservation - 3 hrs
Location introduction, system setup, view planning, data collection and visualisation, view registration and integration, final model reconstruction.
3. Autonomous robot navigation - 4 hrs
System configuration and requirement, constrained and unconstrained environment, data capture, path planning, obstacle avoidance, laboratory demonstration.
4. Space robot exploration - 4 hrs
System configuration and requirement, robot arm calibration, shape from shading, 3D map building, laboratory demonstration.
5. Medical imaging and diagnosis - 4 hrs
Data collection and format, data visualisation, feature extraction and analysis, cancer risk prediction.
6. Remote sensing - 4 hrs
Data collection and format, tree crown delineation, tree species classification, forest biomass estimation.
7. Soft condensed matter visualisation - 4 hrs
Requirements, data collection and format, bubble modeling, interaction between bubbles and environment, flow animation, laboratory demonstration.
8. Research seminars - 6 hrs
To be delivered by experts from Bangor, Cardiff and Swansea.
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Application of Number||Inherent to subject|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||Inherent to subject|
|Information Technology||Inherent to subject|
|Personal Development and Career planning||Encourages students to see roles in subject for career and personal development|
|Problem solving||Inherent to subject|
|Research skills||Literature survey|
|Subject Specific Skills||Advanced 3D imaging, analysis, and application skills|
This module is at CQFW Level 7