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3D Modeling Research‎
Paul Merrell Stanford
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graphics.stanford.edu/~pmerrell
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Organic Listing Variations
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ICCV 2005: Papers I Liked
File Format: Microsoft Powerpoint - View as HTML ICCV 2005: Papers I Liked. Vaibhav Vaish. Beijing, China October 15-21 .... Most contestants have made their implementations available in some form online. ...
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Software
May 30, 2008 ... Here is a list of available software packages developed by members of ... ScanView: a system for remote visualization of scanned 3D models ...
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Appearance Models for Computer Graphics and Vision
In vision, texture and reflection models can be used to guide the acquisition of computer models of different scenes and objects, as well as the recognition ...
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A Signal-Processing Framework for Inverse Rendering
Aug 29, 2001 ... Our main contribution is the introduction of a signal-processing framework which describes the reflected light field as a convolution of the ...
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Object Tracking in the Presence of Occlusions via a Camera Network
assumed, where occlusions are captured through an occlusion indi- cator function. ...... state of the art in multiple object tracking under occlusion in ...
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Object Tracking in the Presence of Occlusions via a Camera Network
The camera network’s task is to track an object in the presence of static occlusions and other moving objects. We assume that the object to track to be a ...
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Multibrwosing
Oct 2, 2001 ... Multibrowsing: Moving Web Content Across Multiple Displays. Brad Johanson, Shankar Ponnekanti, Caesar Sengupta and Armando Fox. Ubicomp 2001 ...
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Specifications for the Stanford Spherical Gantry
Apr 26, 2004 ... For this working volume, the camera arm should have a radius of about 30 ... Ability of light and camera arms to cover the full 360 degrees ...
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Efficient Variants of the ICP Algorithm
File Format: Microsoft Powerpoint - View as HTML the ICP algorithm; Idea: use a simpler algorithm to find correspondences; For range images, can simply project point [Blais 95]. Projection-Based Matching ...
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Controllable Rain, Rainbow and Oil Films
Have you ever wonder how a rainbow is formed? While both mythical and physical explanation seemed convincing, little has been said in the graphics world. ...
 
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