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BMVA technical meeting: Dynamic Scene Reconstruction

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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

Keynotes Speakers:

Dr. Michael Zollhöfer - Max Planck Institute Informatics, Dr Jonathan Starck - The Foundry & Prof. Lourdes Agapito - University College London

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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. With advances in hardware and advent of virtual and augmented reality, dynamic scene reconstruction is being applied to more complex scenes. We present a workshop of oral presentations, posters and demos.

09:00 Registration opens
09:30 Introduction
09:40 Real-Time Reconstruction of Static and Dynamic Scenes: Michael Zollhöfer - MPI
10.30 Wide-Baseline Scene Flow From Video: Christian Richardt - University of Bath
10.50 General 4D Reconstruction of Dynamic Scenes: Armin Mustafa - Uni of Surrey
11.10 Coffee
11.30 Production and post-production for live-action Immersive Virtual Reality experience: Jonathan Starck - The Foundry
12:20 Colour Helmholtz Stereopsis: Modelling Dynamic Scenes with Arbitrary Unknown Reflectance Properties: Nadejda Roubtsova - University of Bath

12.40 Lunch

13.30 Posters
14.00 Capturing Vivid 3D Models of the World from Video: Lourdes Agapito - UCL
14:50 Animal Skeletal Tracking: Benjamin Biggs - University of Cambridge

15.10 Model-Based Outdoor Performance CaptureDan Casas - Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

15.30 Coffee Break
15.50 Conditional Regressive Random Forest Stereo-based Hand Depth Recovery: Rilwan Basaru - City University

16.10 Dynamic Tissue Surface Geometry Reconstruction for Autonomous Microscopic Tissue Scanning During Tumour Resection

Stamatia Giannarou - Imperial College London
16.30 Panel
17.00 End
Registration:
Book online at www.bmva.org/meetings
£16 for BMVA Members, £36 for Non Members, including lunch

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