Dynamic 3D Imaging
Workshop in Conjunction with DAGM
September 8th 2009 ∑ Jena

3D imaging sensors have been investigated for several decades. In recent years, improvements on classical approaches such as stereo vision and structured light on the one hand, and novel ToF-techniques on the other hand have emerged, leading to 3D vision systems with radically improved characteristics. Presently, these techniques make full-range 3D data available at interactive frame rates, and thus open the path towards a much broader application of 3D vision systems.

The workshop focuses on sensor systems, data processing approaches and systems incorporating interactive, full-range 3D sensors in specific application areas.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Development of full-range 3D sensors or sensor-systems, including
    • active and passive 3D imaging systems
    • sensor simulation
  • Multi sensor fusion incorporating full-range 3D sensors
  • Data processing for dynamic full-range 3D-data, including
    • calibration techniques
    • sensor based image synthesis
    • 3D object recognition
    • 3D optical flow
  • Applications using interactive, full-range 3D sensors, e.g. in areas like
    • autonomous robotics
    • medicine and health care
    • industrial automation
    • surveillance
    • human-machine interaction
    • automotive
Noval results of theoretical and practical significance based on interactive 3D vision will be considered.
All accepted contributions will be published in a volume of Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).

The workshop will take place in conjunction with the Symp. of the German Association for Pattern Recognition (DAGM) 2009 in Jena, Germany. Registration information for the DAGM Symp. and this workshop can be found under: http://www.dagm2009.org

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