It's All About the Environment

Tuesday, 7 August
3:45 - 5:30 pm
Room 9
Session Chair: Matthias Zwicker, University of California, San Diego

3D Scene Modeling Using Pose-Free Reconstruction

This sketch presents a fundamental change to the traditional 3D modeling pipeline. The method completely eliminates camera position and orientation parameters, significantly simplifying the process for creating a real-world 3D model.

Daniel G. Aliaga
Ji Zhang
Mireille Boutin
Purdue University
aliaga (at) cs.purdue.edu

Imaging and 3D Tomographic Reconstruction of Time-Varying, Inhomogeneous Refractive Index Fields

A technique for 2D imaging and 3D tomographic reconstruction of time-varying, inhomogeneous refractive index fields. This method can be used to reconstruct phenomena such as gas plumes or liquid mixing.

Bradley Atcheson
The University of British Columbia
atcheson (at) cs.ubc.ca

Ivo Ihrke
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik

Derek Bradley
Wolfgang Heidrich
The University of British Columbia

Marcus Magnor
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Hans-Peter Seidel
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik

Modeling Repetitive Motions in Real-World 3D Scenes

A methodology for modeling repetitive motions in 3D scenes, an efficient passive multiple-viewpoint modeling method using two cameras, and an active structured-light method for acquiring dense color and depth samples.

Yi Xu
Daniel G. Aliaga
Purdue University
xu43 (at) cs.purdue.edu

1001 Acquisition Viewpoints: Efficient and Versatile View-Dependent Modeling of Real-World Scenes

An automated modeling approach based on sampling the scene sparsely from a dense set of acquisition viewpoints. The system acquires complex scenes from thousands of viewpoints in minutes.

Mihai Mudure
Voicu Popescu
Purdue University
mmudure (at) cs.purdue.edu

Interactive Procedural Street Modeling

Procedural techniques for modeling street networks. The techniques use methods from tensor field modeling to provide high-level interaction and control of more traditional procedural techniques.

Gregory Esch
Oregon State University
eschgr (at) eecs.oregonstate.edu

Peter Wonka
Arizona State University

Pascal Mueller
ETH Zürich

Eugene Zhang
Oregon State University