Best Poster Award at ISMAR 2017!

Congratulations to our colleagues for this success!


Augmented Vision Demonstration at ISMAR 2017

The department Augmented Vision demonstrates its object tracking technology “Augmented Things” at ISMAR 2017 in Nantes! This technology allows to augment any object for everyday use – the tracking is especially robust in difficult light conditions and under partial occlusion. Besides the demonstrator “Augmented Things”, the department Augmented Vision presents two publications:

Augmented Things: Enhancing AR Applications leveraging the Internet of Things and Universal 3D Object Tracking
Jason Raphael Rambach, Alain Pagani, Didier Stricker

Fusion of unsynchronized optical tracker and inertial sensor in EKF framework for in-car Augmented Reality delay reduction
Jason Raphael Rambach, Alain Pagani, Sebastian Lampe, Ruben Reiser, Manthan Pancholi, Didier Stricker

A Probablistic Combination of CNN and RNN Estimates for Hand Gesture Based Interaction in Car
Aditya Tewari, Bertram Taetz, Frederic Grandidier, Didier Stricker


Six papers accepted at 3DVision 2017

3DV is a rapidly growing conference focusing on all aspects of 3D vision and 3D processing.

3DV provides “a premier platform for disseminating research results covering a broad variety of topics in the area of 3D research in computer vision and graphics, from novel optical sensors, signal processing, geometric modeling, representation and transmission, to visualization and interaction, and a variety of applications”.

Our following papers has been accepted and will be presented at the conference in Qingdao from October 10th-12th 2017:

Paper  # 1: Simultaneous Hand Pose and Skeleton Bone-Lengths Estimation from a Single Depth Image by Jameel Malik, Ahmed Elhayek, and Didier Stricker.

Paper  # 2: Fast and Efficient Depth Map Estimation from Light Fields by Yuriy Anisimov and Didier Stricker.

Paper  # 3: Learning Quadrangulated Patches for 3D Shape Parameterization and Completion by Kripasindhu Sarkar, Kiran Varanasi, and Didier Stricker.

Paper  # 4: Scalable Dense Monocular Surface Reconstruction by Mohammad Dawud Ansari, Vladislav Golyanik, and Didier Stricker.

Paper  # 5: High Dimensional Space Model for Dense Monocular Surface Recovery by Vladislav Golyanik and Didier Stricker.

Paper  # 6: Multiframe Scene Flow with Piecewise Rigid Motion by Vladislav Golyanik, Kihwan Kim, Robert Maier, Matthias Nießner, Didier Stricker, and Jan Kautz.


The papers will be shortly available on our webpage.