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Hall A Sunday, 31 July 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
  Monday, 1 August 3:45 - 5:30 pm
  Tuesday, 2 August 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
  Wednesday, 3 August 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
  Thursday, 4 August 8:30 am - noon

Encounter intriguing early results, speculative ideas, and the people who generated them. Posters are displayed throughout the conference week. In scheduled sessions, poster presenters discuss their work and answer questions.

Poster Sessions


Poster authors will stand by their posters to talk with attendees and demonstrate their work during these times:
Tuesday, 2 August, 10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Wednesday, 3 August, 10:30 am - 12:15 pm



Geometry & Modeling



1. The Method of Fundamental Solutions in Geometric Design With Potential Fields


Roman Tankelevich, Graeme Fairweather, Colorado School of Mines
Andreas Karageorghis, Yiorgos-Sokratis Smyrlis, University of Cyprus
rtankele (at) mines.edu

2. Feature Comparison of 3D Meshes by Inferring 2D Feature Maps


Danco Davcev, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University
etfdav (at) etf.ukim.edu.mk

3. Automatic Generation of 3D Building Model From Divided Building Polygon


Kenichi Sugihara, Gifu Keizai University
sugihara (at) gifu-keizai.ac.jp

4. Volume-Based Mesh Editing Using Cylindrical Parameterization


Yoshiyuki Furukawa, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Yasuhiro Yoshioka, Hiroshi Masuda, The University of Tokyo
y-furukawa (at) aist.go.jp

5. Material Aware Mesh Deformations


Tiberiu Popa, Dan Julius, Alla Sheffer The University of British Columbia
stpopa (at) cs.ubc.ca

6. Repetitive Deviations: Techniques in Planar Fabrication of 3D Curvilinear Forms


Robert Trempe, Temple University
Christopher Redmann, Drexel University
trempe (at) dis-section.com

7. Hierarchical G1 Smooth Surface Interpolation With Local Control


Gabriel Taubin, Brown University
William Klug, University of California, Los Angeles
taubin (at) brown.edu

8. Procedural Modeling of Medieval Castles


Kevin S. Colyar, Geoffrey B. Matthews, Western Washington University
kevin (at) beachcamper.com


Social Computing



9. KAYAGOMORI


Daisuke Uriu, Naohito Okude, Keio University
s02143du (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

10. Vestis


Luisa Paraguai, Instituto de Artes, Unicamp
luisaparaguai (at) terra.com.br

11. KiitemoiideTUNE: Listening to the Conversation System at a Party


Yoshiro Sugano, Jumpei Ohtsuji, Shigeyuki Takeuchi, Yusuke Ozawa, Mariko Koizumi, Naohito Okude, Keio University
yoshiro (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

12. Synesthetic Recipes: Foraging for Food With the Family, in Taste-Space


Hugo Liu, Matthew Hockenberry, Ted Selker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab
hugo (at) media.mit.edu

13. Visualization of Personal Stories


Yuya Nomata, Junichi Hoshino, University of Tsukuba
nomata (at) graphic.esys.tsukuba.ac.jp

14. Ubiquitous Ivy: A Communication Medium for Intimate Company


Itsuki Shibata, Naohito Okude, Keio University
t03495is (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

15. LATTEMEGANE: Glasses and Actuator Network for Looking for One's Own Treasure


Sho Hashimoto, Daisuke Uriu, Shota Nagao, Yuto Fukushima, Naohito Okude, Keio University
t03792sh (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

16. DinnerWare: Why Playing With Food Should Be Encouraged


Marcelo Coelho, Concordia University
email (at) cmarcelo.com

17. PiedPiper: A Medium to Create a New Site of Pilgrimage in Town


Tetsuya Hamada, Satoru Hashimoto, Yumi Furuoka, Naohito Okude, Keio University
tetsu777 (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

18. Mobile Group Interaction With Interactive Video on Large Public Display


Jürgen Scheible, University of Art and Design
Timo Ojala, University of Oulu
jscheib (at) uiah.fi

19. Mallrats: A Table for Exposing and Developing Common Topics


Satoru Hashimoto, Kaori Ochiai, Jun Usui, Gai Inoue, Naohito Okude, Keio University
t02721sh (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp


Art & Design



20. Time Slices to Sonic Maps


Brian Evans, University of Alabama
brian.evans (at) ua.edu

21. Real-Time Interactive Multimedia Performance


Joel Rathgaber, Daryl H. Hepting, David Gerhard, University of Regina
rathjoel (at) uregina.ca

22. Hyper-Paint:A Possible Software Toy


Jun Fujiki, Kiyoshi Tomimatsu, Kyushu University
fujiki (at) gsd.design.kyushu-u.ac.jp

23. Operation Rhinoctopus: A Real-Time Interactive Video Manipulation Device


Paige Taylor, Diane Gromala, Kevin Stamper, Georgia Institute of Technology
gtg472w (at) mail.gatech.edu

24. The HYPERREAL Design System


Keiko Yamamoto, Masaru Hisada, Ichiro Kanaya, Kosuke Sato, Osaka University
kei (at) sens.sys.es.osaka-u.ac.jp

25. Re-Thinking Real-Time Video Making for the Museum Exhibition Space


Cati Vaucelle, Trinity College Dublin
Michael John Gorman, The Ark
cati (at) media.mit.edu

26. A Multimodal Artistic Interface


Nicola Quinn, Mikael Fernstrom, University of Limerick
nicola.quinn (at) ul.ie


Animation



27. Keyframing Using Linear Interpolation of Matrices


Amy Hawkins, Cindy M. Grimm, Washington University in St. Louis
aeh1 (at) cse.wustl.edu

28. Speech-to-Talking-Heads System Based on Hidden Markov Models


Tatsuo Yotsukura, Satoshi Nakamura, ATR Spoken Language Communication Research Laboratories
Shigeo Morishima, Waseda University/ATR Spoken Language Communication Research Laboratories
tatsuo.yotsukura (at) atr.jp

29. Automatic Head-Movement Control for Emotional Speech


Shinichi Kawamoto, Tatsuo Yotsukura, Satoshi Nakamura, ATR Spoken Language Communication Research Laboratories
Shigeo Morishima, Waseda University/ATR Spoken Language Communication Research Laboratories
shinichi.kawamoto (at) atr.jp

30. Automatic Camera Navigation for Time-Variant Objects


Matt Berger, Lijun Yin, SUNY Binghamton
mberger1 (at) binghamton.edu


Non-Photorealistic Rendering & Animation



31. Color Decomposition for Reproducing Multi-Color Woodblock Prints


Minoru Okada, Waseda University
Tomokazu Terai, SGI Japan
Shinji Mizuno, Toyohashi University of Technology
mokada (at) waseda.jp

32. Using NPAR to Reveal "The Swan"


Chris Rowland, University of Dundee
Colin Martin, University of St. Andrews
c.rowland (at) dundee.ac.uk

33. NIGAO: Interactive Facial Caricature Drawing System Using Genetic Algorithm


Toshiaki Nakasu, Naiwala P. Chandrasiri, Takeshi Naemura, Hiroshi Harashima, The University of Tokyo
nakasuppon (at) hc.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

34. Virtual Mezzotint Using a Model-Driven Strategy


Daisuke Tasaki, Minoru Okada, Waseda University
Shinji Mizuno, Toyohashi University of Technology
tasaki (at) toki.waseda.jp

35. More Sketchy, More AR, More Fun!


Michael Haller, Florian Landerl, Upper Austrian University of Applied Sciences
Mark Billinghurst, HitLabNZ
haller (at) fh-hagenberg.at

36. Semantics-Guided Procedural Rendering for Woodcut Maps


Neeharika Adabala, Kentaro Toyama, Microsoft Research India
neeha (at) microsoft.com

37. Enviromosaics


Salil Apte, Matt Loper, Pat McNally, Brown University
salil (at) cs.brown.edu

38. Real-Time Non-Photorealistic Paint Spreading Using Stencil Volumes


Marc ten Bosch, Digipen Institute of Technology
mbosch (at) digipen.edu


Texture



39. Real-Time Texton Substitution for Super Resolution


Kenji Kamimura, Toshiya Nakaguchi, Yoichi Miyake, Chiba University
Norimichi Tsumura, Chiba University & PRESTO, JST
Hideto Motomura, Katsuhiro Kanamori, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
kamimura (at) graduate.chiba-u.jp

40. Stealing Autumn Colors


Shigenori Mochizuki, Daisuke Horie, Dongsheng Cai, University of Tsukuba
mochi (at) aoi3.is.tsukuba.ac.jp


Rendering



41. A Real Virtual Pinhole


Ian Stephenson, NCCA Bournemouth University
istephen (at) bmth.ac.uk

42. A Fast Translucency Appearance Model


Francesco Banterle, University of Verona
frabante (at) yahoo.it

43. Fast Rendering Method for Point-Sampled Translucent Geometry


Masashi Oda, Kei Iwasaki, Saeko Takagi, Fujiichi Yoshimoto, Wakayama University
s05015 (at) sys.wakayama-u.ac.jp

44. Glare Simulation and Its Application to Evaluation of Bright Lights With Spectral Power Distribution


Masanori Kakimoto, The University of Tokyo/SGI Japan, Ltd.
Kaoru Matsuoka, Tomoyuki Nishita, Takeshi Naemura, Hiroshi Harashima, The University of Tokyo
kaki (at) sgi.co.jp

45. Effective Level-of-Detail Management Using Fuzzy Logic


Chee-Kien Gabriyel Wong, Jian-Liang Wang, Nanyang Technological University
ckwong (at) ntu.edu.sg

46. Efficient Rendering of Integral Images


Ruigang Yang, Xinyu Huang, Shunnan Chen, University of Kentucky
ryang (at) cs.uky.edu

47. Reflectance Estimation of Sparkle in Metallic Paints


Masashi Baba, Sachiko Miura, Masayuki Mukunoki, Naoki Asada, Hiroshima City University
baba (at) its.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp

48. Level-of-Detail Continuum for Huge Geometric Data


Florent Duguet, ENST - REVES/INRIA-Sophia-Antipolis
Carlos Hernandez, Francis Schmitt, ENST Paris
George Drettakis, REVES/INRIA Sophia-Antipolis
Florent.Duguet (at) sophia.inria.fr

49. Exploring Volume Rendering With Path Tracing


Scott Davis, Xiaoqian Jiang, Greg Nichols, James Cremer, University of Iowa
scodavis@cs.uiowa.edu

50. Spectral BRDF Creation for Structural Colors


Ryo Shimada, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, The University of Tokyo
qq56313 (at) iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp

51. Efficient Physically Based Perceptual Rendering of Participating Media


Diego Gutierrez, Oscar Anson, Francisco J. Seron, Universidad de Zaragoza
Veronica Sundstedt, Alan Chalmers, University of Bristol
diegog (at) unizar.es


Augmented and Virtual Reality



52. A Tile/Scenario Algorithm for Real-Time 3D Environments


Vaibhav Govil, Ronald R. Mourant, Northeastern University
mourant (at) coe.neu.edu

53. Magic Boards


Michael N. Wallick, Michael L. Gleicher, University of Wisconsin-Madison
michaelw (at) cs.wisc.edu

54. Air Traffic Control Tower Augmented-Reality Field Test


Ronald Reisman, Stephen Ellis, NASA Ames Research Center
Ronald.J.Reisman (at) nasa.gov

55. Plausible Physics in Augmented Images


Matthew Leotta, Kristin Boyle, Brown University
matt.leotta (at) gmail.com

56. Expansible Table: For Visualizing Daily Experiences of Reading


Marie Akita, Itsuki Shibata, Kazuya Sumaki, Kaori Ochiai, Naohito Okude, Keio University
s03015ma (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

57. A Sketch Interface to Support Storyboarding of Augmented Reality Experiences


Peter Presti, Maribeth Gandy, Blair MacIntyre, Steven Dow, Georgia Institute of Technology
peter (at) imtc.gatech.edu

58. FloatOmeter: User-Friendly Input of Floating-Point Numbers in Virtual Environments


Matthias Kreiser, Jürgen P. Schulze, Andrew S. Forsberg, Brown University
kreiser (at) cs.brown.edu

59. VSARD: A Low-Cost Augmented Reality System for Desktop Applications


Jiang Tian, Derrick Parkhurst, Iowa State University
jiangtian10 (at) gmail.com

60. 3D Workflow Pipeline for Cave Virtual Environments


Mark J. Prusten, Silicon Arts
Michelle McIntrye, Marvin Landis, University of Arizona
photondyn (at) hotmail.com

61. A Haptic Rendering for Hybrid Environments


Jong-Phil Kim, Beom-Chan Lee, Jeha Ryu, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
lowtar (at) gist.ac.kr

62. Augmented Reality Kitchen


Chia-Hsun Lee, Leonardo Bonanni, Ted Selker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab
jackylee (at) media.mit.edu


Image-Based Modeling & Rendering



63. Free-Viewpoint Thumbnail for Light-Field Compression


Yuichi Taguchi, Takeshi Naemura, The University of Tokyo
yuichi (at) hc.ic.i.u-tokyo.ac.jp

64. Full-Spectral Image-Based Lighting With Skylight


Tomohiro Tachi, The University of Tokyo
t-tachi (at) mb.rosenet.ne.jp

65. Real-Time Shape Recovery From Silhouette and Disparity


Hansung Kim, Dongbo Min, Shinwoo Choi, Donghyun Kim, Kwanghoon Sohn, Yonsei University
hskim99 (at) diml.yonsei.ac.kr

66. Real-Time Fusion of Range and Light Field Images


Severin S. Todt, Christof Rezk Salama, Andreas Kolb, Universität Siegen
todt (at) fb12.uni-siegen.de

67. A Median-Cut Algorithm for Light-Probe Sampling


Paul Debevec, University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies
debevec (at) ict.usc.edu

68. All-in-Focus Light Field Live With Thousands of Lenslets


Jonghyun Ha, Masaru Kojima, Keita Takahashi, Takeshi Naemura, The University of Tokyo
jonghyun (at) hc.ic.i.u-tokyo.ac.jp

69. 3D Computer Graphics World by Stage Setting Model


Makoto Fujimura, Yusuke Kajiwara, Hideo Kuroda, Hiroki Imamura, Nagasaki University
makoto (at) cis.nagasaki-u.ac.jp

70. Real-Time Video Lighting


Tyler Daniel, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
tjdaniel (at) rd.scei.sony.co.jp

71. Image-Based Rug Patterns


Daniel Crispell, Gabriel Taubin, Brown University
daniel_crispell (at) brown.edu

72. Calibrating a Catadioptric Light-Field Array


Gabriel Taubin, Brown University
taubin (at) brown.edu


Image Processing



73. High-Dynamic-Range Images From Digital-Cameras Raw Data


Geraldine Joffre, MultimediaPhoto
William Puech, Frederic Comby, LIRMM CNRS Montpellier
Jacques Joffre, ENSCM Montpellier
gjoffre (at) hdrsoft.com

74. Autostereoscopic Integral Photography Imaging Using Pixel Distribution of Computer-Graphics-Generated Image


Hongen Liao, Keisuke Nomura, Takeyoshi Dohi, The University of Tokyo
liao (at) miki.pe.u-tokyo.ac.jp

75. Ray-Space Interpolation for Free Viewpoint Generation


Yaser Jazouane, Tomohiro Yendo, Toshiaki Fujii, Masayuki Tanimoto, Nagoya University
yaser (at) tanimoto.nuee.nagoya-u.ac.jp

76. Scene Analysis Based on an Optimization of CG Images


Shinsaku Hiura, Takayuki Moritani, Kosuke Sato, Osaka University
shinsaku (at) sys.es.osaka-u.ac.jp

77. No More Blurred Blown-Up Images!


Hongseok Kim, Chang-Joon Park, In-Ho Lee, ETRI
hokim (at) yahoo.com


Applications



81. Interactive Speech-Conversion System Cloning Speaker Intonation Automatically


Yoshihiro Adachi, Shigeo Morishima, Waseda University
xyadachi (at) toki.waseda.jp

82. Spectral-Based Image-Editing System


Hiroyuki Fukuda, NICT Akasaka Natural Vision Research Center
fukuda (at) akasaka.nict.go.jp

83. Similarity-Based Retrieval From a 3D Human Database


Afzal Godil, Sandy Ressler, National Institute of Standards and Technology
godil (at) nist.gov

84. BROAFERENCE: Using Emotion Data in Multimedia Services


Uwe Kowalik, Terumasa Aoki, Hiroshi Yasuda, The University of Tokyo CCR
uwe (at) mpeg.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp

85. An Augmented-Surface Environment for Storyboard Presentations


Michael Haller, Upper Austrian University of Applied Sciences (Media Technology and Design)
haller (at) fh-hagenberg.at


Education



86. Digital-Age Education of Artists


Mel Alexenberg, College of Judea and Samaria
melalexenberg (at) yahoo.com

87. Creating a Real-World Environment for WMD Incident Command Training


Jonathan Sells, Andrew Wilson, Jason Brandt, Vicki Johnston, Science Applications International Corporation
sellsj (at) saic.com

88. "Tath": Tangible Mathematic Media


Daisuke Horiguchi, Toshiya Usui, Jumpei Ohtsuji, Naohito Okude, Keio University
s03830dh (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

89. Building an Active Conversation Environment for Edutainment


Lei Zhang, Rai Chan, Jun Takazawa, Junichi Hoshino, University of Tsukuba
zhanglei (at) graphic.esys.tsukuba.ac.jp

90. An Evaluation of Animation in a Pedagogical Agent


Betsy Williams, Kadira Belynne, Bobby Bodenheimer, Vanderbilt University
betsy.williams (at) vanderbilt.edu

91. ChemPad: Generating 3D Molecules From 2D Sketches


Dana Tenneson, Sascha Becker, Brown University
dkt (at) cs.brown.edu

92. The Graphics Teaching Tool for Non-Technical Students


Dana Tenneson, Anne Spalter, Brown University
dkt (at) cs.brown.edu

93. A Kinesthetic Exercise for Teaching Computer Animation


William Joel, Abe Echevarria, Western Connecticut State University
joelw (at) wcsu.edu


Interaction



94. Pictan: Interacting Through Free-Hand Images


Mari Yoshimura, Keigo Aoki, Kazuya Sumaki, Naohito Okude, Keio University
t02013my (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

95. Context-Inference Techniques for a Wearable Exercise Support System


Yoshihiro Kawahara, Chika Sugimoto, Satori Arimitsu, Yayoi Hirose, Hiroyuki Morikawa, Tomonori Aoyama, The University of Tokyo
Tomoko Itao, NTT Corporation
Anna Morandini, Lyon University of Fashion
Masahiko Tsukamoto, Kobe University
Mizuko Oe, UEDA College of Fashion
kawahara (at) mlab.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

96. An Innovative Non-Grounding Haptic Interface ("GyroCubeSensuous") Displaying Illusion Sensation of Push, Pull, and Lift


Norio Nakamura, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Yukio Fukui, University of Tsukuba, Japan
n-nakamura (at) aist.go.jp

97. CubeCam: A Screen-Space Camera Manipulation Tool


Nisha Sudarsanam, Cindy Grimm, Washington University in St Louis
Karan Singh, University of Toronto
ns4 (at) cec.wustl.edu

98. Interface for Clay Animation Creation


Nanako Ishido, Yoshinov Yamamoto, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, The University of Tokyo
nanako (at) canvas.ws

99. Interactive Video Genres: Memory, Storytelling, and Meaning


Philip Sanders, Jon Bulava, Justin Gaynor, The College of New Jersey
ps (at) thing.net

100. A System for Controlling Multiple Wearable Cameras


Tomoki Yoshihisa, Kyoto University
Masahiko Tsukamoto, Kobe University
Yuki Fujii, Pioneer Corporation
Tomoko Itao, NTT Network Innovation Laboratories
Anna Morandin, Lyon University of Fashion
yoshihisa (at) media.kyoto-u.ac.jp

101. LED-Matrix Z-agon: The Tangible Multi-Display Cube and Algorithm


Takashi Matsumoto, Naohito Okude, Keio University
ma22n (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp

102. Lift-Mouse: Tangible Device to Feel 3D Surface of 2D Picture


Hidenori Takahashi, Masashi Usami, KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.
takahashi (at) kddilabs.jp

103. A Haptic Interface for Creating Smooth 3D Curves With Varying Line Weight


Daniel Keefe, David Laidlaw, Brown University
dfk (at) cs.brown.edu

104. Dipa: Play Equipment With Respiration-Sense Interface


Yohei Takahashi, Naohito Okude, Keio University
hey (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp


Perception



105. Perception of Optical Flow and Geometric Field of View


Charles Adetiloye, Qiong Wu, Ronald R. Mourant, Northeastern University
mourant (at) coe.neu.edu

106. Automatic Selection of Level of Detail Based on Just Noticeable Difference (JND)


Irene Cheng, Pierre Boulanger, University of Alberta
lin (at) cs.ualberta.ca

107. Color Palette With Enhanced Psychological Effect Uncovered by Multiprimary Color Display


Junko Kishimoto, Yuki Iizuka, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Masahiro Yamaguchi, Nagaaki Ohyama, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Hideaki Haneishi, Chiba University
kishimoto (at) akasaka.nict.go.jp

108. The Just Noticeable Difference for Transition Durations


Bobby Bodenheimer, Jing Wang, Vanderbilt University
bobbyb (at) vuse.vanderbilt.edu

109. Assessing Functional Realism


Nicholaos Mourkoussis, Katerina Mania, University of Sussex
Tom Troscianko, University of Bristol
Rycharde Hawkes, Hewlett Packard Laboratories
n.mourkoussis (at) sussex.ac.uk

110. The Effects of Binocular Stereo Display on Spatial Memory Schema Activation Within Immersive Virtual Environments


Katerina Mania, Adam Bennett, University of Sussex
adam (at) cityscape.plus.com


Motion Capture



111. A Real-Time Sequential Algorithm for Human Joint Localization


Jonathan Cameron, Joan Lasenby, University of Cambridge
jic23 (at) cam.ac.uk

112. Quantitative Representation of Face Expressions


Hiroaki Yanagisawa, Akinobu Maejima, Shigeo Mrishima, Waseda University
Tatsuo Yotsukura, ATR,STL
h-yanagisawa (at) moegi.waseda.jp

113. Reconstructing Motion Using a Human Structure Model


Shohei Nishimura, Eiji Sugisaki, Shigeo Morishima, Waseda University
Shoichiro Iwasawa, ATR Media Information Science Laboratory
shou.n-macc (at) asagi.waseda.jp

114. Modular Dynamic Response From Motion Databases


Jason Mallios, Neil Mehta, Chipalo Street, Odest Chadwicke Jenkins, Brown University
jmallios (at) cs.brown.edu


Simulation



115. A Spring-Net Deformable Model For Surgery Simulation With Haptic Feedback


Pei Chen, Kenneth E. Barner, Karl Steiner
University of Delaware

116. Optimized Free-Surface Fluids on Adaptive Grids With the Lattice Boltzmann Method


Nils Thuerey, Ulrich Ruede, Universität Erlangen-Nuremberg
nils (at) thuerey.de

117. Fast Dynamic Fracture of Brittle Objects


Ohan Oda, Stephen Chenney, University of Wisconsin-Madison
ohan (at) cs.wisc.edu

118. Combined Lagrangian-Eulerian Approach for Accurate Advection


Toshiya Hachisuka, The University of Tokyo
toshiya (at) bee-www.com

119. Crowd Realism


Kai Yip Wong, Andriana Machaira, Mary-Ann Thyvetil, Celine Loscos, University College London
y.wong (at) ucl.ac.uk

120. Simulating Crowds With Balance Dynamics


Ori P. Ratner, David C. Brogan, University of Virginia
ratner (at) gmail.com

121. The Expected Running Time of Hierarchical Collision Detection


Gabriel Zachmann, Universität Clausthal
Jan Klein, Universität Paderborn
zach (at) in.tu-clausthal.de


GPU Techniques



122. Fine-Grained Graphics Architectural Simulation With Qsilver


Jeremy Sheaffer, Kevin Skadron, David Luebke, The University of Virginia
jws9c (at) cs.virginia.edu

123. Particle Filter on GPUs for Multiple Object Tracking in HCI Applications


Antonio S. Montemayor, Juan José Pantrigo, Ángel Sánchez, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Felipe Fernández, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
antonio.sanz (at) urjc.es

124. A New Real-Time Video Synthesis Method for Virtual Studio Environments Using GPU and Projected Screens


Akihiko Shirai, CPNI Lab Laval
Masafumi Takahashi, JAIST
Kiichi Kobayashi, NHK-ES
Hideki Mitsumine, NHK STRL
Simon Richir, CPNI Lab Angers
shirai (at) mail.com

125. Parallax Searching and Mesosurface Shadowing


Leif L. Delgass, Kyle McGhee, Purdue University
ldelgass (at) purdue.edu

126. Development of Robotic TV Game Player Using Haptic Interface and GPU Image Recognition


Akihiko Shirai, CPNI Lab Laval/NHK-ES
Masafumi Takahashi, Kazunori Miyata, JAIST
Makoto Sato, TITECH
Simon Richir, CPNI Lab Angers
shirai (at) mail.com

127. Real-Time Loop Subdivision on the GPU


Minho Kim, Jörg Peters, University of Florida
mhkim (at) cise.ufl.edu

128. Emphasizing the Area of Interest Using Real-Time Shaders


Jeff Chastine, Jeremy Brooks, Georgia State University
jeffchastine (at) mail.clayton.edu


Visualization



129. Advanced Data Visualization on 3D Accelerated PDAs


Gregory Quinn, San Diego Supercomputer Center
quinn (at) sdsc.edu

130. Visualization of Large Isosurfaces Based on Nested Clipboxes


Sven Forstmann, Jun Ohya, Waseda University
svenforstmann (at) yahoo.co.jp

131. Particles With a History: Visualizing Flow Fields With GPU-Based Streamlines


Marc Schirski, Torsten Kuhlen, Christian Bischof, RWTH Aachen University
schirski (at) rz.rwth-aachen.de

132. A Partial Shape-Matching Technique for 3D Model Retrieval Systems


Motofumi Suzuki, Yoshitomo Yaginuma, National Institute of Multimedia Education
motofumi (at) nime.ac.jp

133. Automatic Cross-Sectioning Using 3D Field Topology Analysis


Yuki Mori, Shigeo Takahashi, Takeo Igarashi, The University of Tokyo
Yuriko Takeshima, Issei Fujishiro, Tohoku University
yuki (at) ui.is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp

134. Using 3D Visualization to Enhance Understanding of Computer-Network State


Ryan Custer, Erik Lee, Jamie Van Randwyk, Sandia National Laboratories
rpcuste (at) sandia.gov

135. A 3D Graphics Toolkit for Studying Neural Basis of Adaptive Behaviors


David Cofer, James Reid, Ying Zhu, Donald H. Edwards, Georgia State University


Biomedical Visualization



136. 3D Cancer Cell Visualization for Patients and Scientists


John B. McGhee, Paul D. Andrews, University of Dundee
j.b.mcghee (at) dundee.ac.uk

137. Discovering Biostructure Constraints Using VRML Visualization


William C. Ray, Columbus Children's Research Institute
Hatice Gulcin Ozer, The Ohio State University Biophysics Program
ray.29 (at) osu.edu

138. Robust Automatic Optic-Disk Segmentation


Xiaoqian Jiang, Young H. Kwon, Lee M. Alward, Michael Abramoff, University of Iowa
xiaoqianjiang (at) hotmail.com

139. Modeling the Fluffy Lens: Construction of the Virtual Chinchilla


William C. Ray, Joseph A. Jurcisek, Columbus Children's Research Institute
ray.29 (at) osu.edu

140. Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Visualization


Shane Blackett, David Bullivant, David Nickerson, Peter Hunter, The University of Auckland
s.blackett (at) auckland.ac.nz

141. Volume Interaction With Voxels by Manipulating 3D General Grids


Megumi Nakao, Kotaro Minato, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Tomohiro Kuroda, Kyoto University Hospital
meg (at) is.naist.jp

142. Design and Implementation of MVL: Medical VR Simulation Library


Yoshihiro Kuroda, Tomohiro Kurada, Hiroyuki Yoshihara, Kyoto University
Megumi Nakao, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Hiroshi Oyama, The University of Tokyo
ykuroda (at) kuhp.kyoto-u.ac.jp

143. An Explorational Exhibit of a Pig's Heart


Thomas Wischgoll, University of California, Irvine
wischgoll (at) siggraph.org
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