Vision, Modelling, and Visualization 2007
Proceedings of the Annual Workshop
- H.P. Seidel, H.P.A. Lensch, B. Rosenhahn, P. Slusallek, J. Weickert
- Mittwoch, 31. Oktober 2007
- Allgemeine Computer- und Kommunikationswissenschaft
- Gesamtverzeichnis AKA Verlag
inkl. 7% MwSt.
Vision, modeling, and visualization (VMV) are rapidly converging disciplines. Often the three fields are treated separately, each with their own methodology and terminology. However, in many applications they must work hand in hand to evoke cross-fertilization and new research directions. Prominent examples are image and video-based rendering, 3D-TV, and medical visualization. Also, due to the proliferation of digital photography and high-speed graphics accelerators, image-based modeling and the corresponding vision and visualization techniques have become a highly relevant research topic. The Vision, Modeling, and Visualization 2007 workshop adresses the entire spectrum of techniques and applications in this combined field, from data acquisition over processing to visualization, including perceptional issues. This workshop is the twelth in a series of annual meetings. The 27 papers present an excellent cross section of ongoing research in the fields of VMV.