[visionlist] Fwd: BMVA symposium : CfP Dynamic Scene Reconstruction

A BMVA symposium is being organised on Dynamic Scene Reconstruction

One Day BMVA symposium in London, UK on June 21st 2017



Chairs: Jean-Yves Guillemaut, Armin Mustafa, Marco Volino University of Surrey


Keynote Speakers

Dr. Michael Zollhöfer – Postdoctoral Researcher – Max Planck Institute Informatics

Dr Jonathan Starck – Head of Research – The Foundry

Prof. Lourdes Agapito     – Professor of 3D Vision – University College London



Please submit your abstract at: http://ift.tt/2mvLhQP

Deadline for submissions is 12th April 2017

If you have any questions feel free to contact: m.volino@surrey.ac.uk



Book online at http://ift.tt/1oIC6Cm

£16 for BMVA Members, £36 for Non Members, including lunch and BMVA membership



Call for contributions      

Reconstruction of general dynamic scenes is motivated by potential applications in film and broadcast production together with the ultimate goal of automatic understanding of real-world scenes from distributed camera networks. With advances in hardware and advent of virtual and augmented reality, dynamic scene reconstruction is being applied to more complex scenes. We welcome contributions to this workshop in the form of oral presentations, posters and demos. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

Dynamic 3D reconstruction from single, stereo or multiple views

Multi-modal dynamic scene modelling (RGBD, LIDAR, 360 video, light-field)

4D reconstruction and modelling

3D segmentation and recognition

3D/4D data acquisition, representation, compression and transmission

Scene analysis and understanding

Structure from motion, camera calibration and pose estimation

Geometry processing

Computational photography

Appearance and reflectance modelling

Scene modelling in the wild

Applications of dynamic scene reconstruction (virtual/augmented/mixed reality, character animation, free-viewpoint video, relighting, medical imaging, creative content production, HCI)


This list is not exhaustive, so if you would like to present on anything related to dynamic scene reconstruction do submit an abstract. You may include links or pointers to web-based materials, demonstrations or papers giving more details. The work can be “in progress”, recently published, or novel research. We welcome submissions from both industry and academia, including interdisciplinary work and work from those outside of the mainstream computer vision community.


Best Regards,

Armin Mustafa

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

University of Surrey, U.K.


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