Point Sets

Monday, 6 August
3:45 - 5:30 pm
Room 6DE
Session Chair/Discussant: Mark Pauly, ETH Zürich

Global Non-Rigid Alignment of 3D Scans

A new pipeline for non-rigid global registration of large, high-resolution 3D scanned data sets. This reduces visible misalignment artifacts such as tearing and blurring of detail.

Benedict J. Brown
Szymon Rusinkiewicz
Princeton University

Parameterization-Free Projection for Geometry Reconstruction

This paper introduces a locally optimal projection operator for surface reconstruction. The operator is parameterization-free, so it can deal with complex geometry and high noise level.

Yaron Lipman
Daniel Cohen-Or
David Levin
Tel Aviv University

Hillel Tal-Ezer
Academic College of Tel-Aviv Yaffo

Algebraic Point Set Surfaces

An efficient and robust surface representation based on spherical fit that allows handling of complex, low-sampled, point-based models. A normal evaluation procedure and sharp features are also included.

Gael Guennebaud
Markus Gross
ETH Zürich

Direct Visibility of Point Sets

This paper proposes a simple operator for determining the visible points in a point cloud, as viewed from a given viewpoint. Visibility is determined without reconstructing a surface or estimating normals.

Ayellet Tal
Sagi Katz
Technion

Ronen Basri
The Weizmann Institute of Science