Talks

Fun in Flatland

Thursday, 29 July | 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM | Room 406 AB
Session Chair: Edward Lam, Side Effects Software Inc.
NPR Gabor Noise for Coherent Stylization

This talk presents NPR Gabor noise, a new dynamic noise primitive for interactive, temporal, coherent stylization of 3D animations.

Pierre Benard
Grenoble Universités, CNRS, LJK, and INRIA Grenoble Rhone-Alpes

Ares Lagae
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Peter Vangorp
INRIA

Sylvain Lefebvre
INRIA

George Drettakis
INRIA

Joëlle Thollot
Université de Grenoble

Project Gustav: Immersive Digital Painting

Project Gustav is a digital painting system that enables artists to become immersed in the digital painting experience. It achieves interactivity and realism by leveraging the GPU to implement novel art-media modeling and brush-simulation algorithms, and takes full advantage of recent input devices with pen and touch capabilities.

William Baxter
Microsoft Research

Nelson Chu
Microsoft Research

Naga Govindaraju
Microsoft Research

Real-Time GPU-Based Video Upscaling From Local Self Examples

A new real-time, high-quality GPU-based upscaling technique. The new algorithm is inherently parallel and operates independently on small regions in the image. Using a specialized GPU implementation, it converts an NTSC video to full HD in 24fps, while meeting today's highest image-quality standard.

Gilad Freedman
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Raanan Fattal
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Browsing Large Image Databases

This talk presents an intuitive and interactive system for browsing a large collection of images.

Ronald Richter
Technische Universität Berlin

Mathias Eitz
Technische Universität Berlin

Marc Alexa
Technische Universität Berlin

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