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Model Capture
Friday, 17 August
8:30 - 10:15 am
Room 408


Session Chair
David "Grue" DeBry
Industrial Light + Magic


Computing 3D Geometry Directly From Range Images
Sarah Frisken
MERL
201 Broadway, 8th floor
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 USA
frisken@merl.com

This fast method for computing geometry from range images uses adaptively sampled distance fields for efficient sampling and intuitive editing of geometry, and generates optimal triangle models interactively.


Micro Archiving
Tatsuya Saito
Keio Univerisy
5322 Endo
Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-8520 JAPAN
tatsu@wem.sfc.keio.ac.jp

Micro archiving enables easy construction of 3D models for use in digital archives of the microcosmic world.


Calibration-Free, Easy 3D Modeling From Turntable Image Sequences
Sumit Gupta
National University of Singapore
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
10 Kent Ridge Crescent
SINGAPORE 119260
eleks@nus.edu.sg

A calibration-free silhouette based 3D object modeling techniques. For computer graphics practitioners who are not computer vision experts, this is a flexible and easy tool.


A Flexible Approach to 3D Reconstruction From Single Images
S.S. El-Hakim
The Visual Information Technology
National Research Council
1500 Montreal Road
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R6 CANADA
sabry.el-hakim@nrc.ca

An accurate and flexible method for 3D reconstruction from single images. The presentation includes examples using images or paintings of destroyed structures and images of remote sites taken by tourists.


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