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Paper on photo-realistic scanning at the Digital Heritage Conference 2013

In this paper we present a one-button photo-realistic scanning system which provides a realistic 3D (usable!) representation of a given object. The paper will be presented at the Digital Heritage Conference from the 28th October – 1st November 2013 in Marseille, France. Feel free to check out the demonstration videos on our YouTube channel:

Paper on reliable object tracking and data fusion in video sequences at CVMP 2013

In this paper we present a novel approach for a user supported tracking framework which combines automatic tracking and minimal user input for error free tracking results suitable for interactive video production. We present our results on the CVMP, the 10th European Conference on Visual Media Production on the 6-7th November 2013 in London. You can download the paper here or browse our list of publications.

Poster on Fully Automatic Body Scanning and Motion Capturing Using Two Kinects

Scanning people with a Kinect is still a challenging problem. In this poster we demonstrate an approach for a fully automatic, full body scanning, combining state of the art super-resolution and registration algorithms with a novel approach for shape completion to reconstruct the human body.

For a copy of the poster, please contact Yan Cui.

Fully automatic body scanning and motion capturing using two kinects


Publication on a Generic Approach to Inertial Tracking of Arbitrary Kinematic Chains at BodyNet 2013

Motion sensors are becoming incredibly cheap and are already fully integrated. Chaining them allows fully new applications in the area of body and tools tracking.

For a full copy of the work, please contact Markus Miezal.

A generic approach to inertial tracking of arbitrary kinematic chains