Save the date: Professor Stricker has been invited by the Fundación Innovación Bankinter to give a talk about SuperHumans at the XXI Future Trends Forum (link not available anymore) on April 29th in Madrid.
FastMRO – If you are visiting CeBIT 2014 and are interested in the latest results on Augmented Vision for the Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul of Agricultural Machines, visit us at Hall 9, Booth D44. Our colleagues are happy to show you how helpful AV can be.
If you cannot make it, check it out here.
If you are interested in Wearable Computing and Human Analytics, visit us at Hall 9, Booth F43 and experience our latest results from the European research project EASY-IMP.
Don’t miss it!
In the context of DFKI’s SmartCity Living Lab opening on February, 5th, 2014 in Kaiserslautern, the department Augmented Vision presented results from the EU project EASY-IMP. The researchers have chosen the general title “Human Analytics – TrackMe meets GeoVisualizer” to showcase a mobile sensing Android app called TrackMe and the visualization toolkit GeoVisualizer. The TrackMe app collects, analyzes and stores a variety of sensor data. Furthermore, the smart phone app is able to broadcast the collected data to a standardized web service, e.g. for real time monitoring.
Sonys European Technology Center (EuTEC), located in Stuttgart (Germany) initiated a collaboration with the Augmented Vision Group in April 2012.
Within the cooperation, the work of PhD- and Masterstudents is funded to research new 3D reconstruction technologies.
Sony EuTECs bi-annual PhD-Roundtable furthermore allows for interdisciplinar discussion of PhD-students from different research areas, preparing the ground for new innovations.
Link: Sony EuTec
Researchers from the Augmented Vision group at DFKI have developed a novel approach for automatic video-based traffic analysis.
First, entry and exit zones of complex crossroads or roundabouts are defined interactively.Then, each car is tracked individually by computing the trajectory based solely on the video content.
This provides unique data for traffic analysis and in particularfor supporting simulations for improved traffic solutions.
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:
We are very proud to announce that we have won the Google Research Award for our research in 3D scanning, object reconstruction and appearance modelling. With this award Google supports cutting-edge research in Computer Science and Engineering with the aim of identifying and supporting world-class, full-time research of mutual interests. The award was granted to the Augmented Vision group for their outstanding work in new methods to fast and systematic 3D modelling and rendering of object appearance.For more information on the OrCaM-system, please visit our project page under http://av.dfki.de/orcam or check out our videos on YouTube: