Novel Methods for Capturing and Creating Images

Wednesday, 2 August
3:45 - 5:30 pm
Room 207
Session Chair: John Sibert, The George Washington University
Emerging Technologies Sketches

High-Resolution, Real-Time-Geometry Video Acquisition
This video-acquisition system measures absolute coordinates of objects accurately. The data-acquisition speed is 90fps and 266K points per frame. Acquisition, reconstruction, and display are simultaneously realized at 30fps.

Song Zhang
Harvard University
szhang (at) fas.harvard.edu

Dale Royer
Geometric Informatics Inc

Shing-Tung Yau
Harvard University
Instant Replay Using High-Speed Motion Capture and Projected Overlay
A novel motion-capture device (low-cost, 500 Hz, unlimited number of markers), tracks the trajectory of an air-hockey puck. The trajectory is projected on the air-hockey table for slow-motion replay.

Hideaki Nii
Jay Summet
Yong Zhao
Jonathan Westhues
Paul H. Dietz
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL)

Shree K. Nayar
Columbia University

Masahiko Inami
University of Electro-Communications

John Barnwell
Michael Noland
Vlad Branzoi
Erich Bruns
Ramesh Raskar
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL)
raskar (at) merl.com
Interactive 3D Fluid Jet Painting
A real-time 3D fluid simulation technique using the Navier-Stokes equation for an axis-symmetric fluid column in order to create abstract paintings in the style of Jackson Pollock.

Sangwon Lee
Sven Olsen
Bruce Gooch
Northwestern University
s-lee21 (at) northwestern.edu
Fabcell: A Multi-Color Fabric Module
Fabcell is a flexible, non-emissive, and multi-color fabric module. It is a fabric element, a textile version of pixels in a computer display.

Midori Shibutani
Akira Wakita
Keio University
Lestari (at) sfc.keio.ac.jp