Camera, Lights, Action!

Wednesday, 2 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 253
Session Chair: Caroline Larboulette, Vienna University of Technology

Stabilized Super-Resolution Zooming
A novel technique for stabilizing video concurrently with super-resolution zooming. In the proposed method, both the stabilization and the super-resolution zooming are performed in a unified framework.

Satoshi Kondo
Tadamasa Toma
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd.
kondo.satoshi (at) jp.panasonic.com
Moviemaps Revisited
Moviemaps are spatialised movies, allowing the viewer to interactively travel through a movie sequence. This sketch presents a different approach and new possibilities for creation of moviemaps.

Dietmar Offenhuber
FH Hagenberg
dietmar.offenhuber (at) fh-hagenberg.at
Real-Time Triangulation Matting Using Passive Polarization
Replacing the traditional studio bluescreen with a polarized one allows autonomous video matting for special effects without blue spill and scene restrictions.

Morgan McGuire
Williams College
morgan (at) cs.brown.edu

Wojciech Matusik
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL)
Real-Time Stereo Vision Using Semi-Global Matching on Programmable Graphics Hardware
Extracting depth information from stereo images in real time allows interactive 3D operations on live video streams. This sketch presents a novel implementation of semi-global matching on graphics-processing hardware.

Ilya D. Rosenberg
Philip L. Davidson
Casey M.R. Muller
New York University
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
siggraph (at) nullterminated.com

Jefferson Y. Han
New York University
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences