For more than 25 years the Chair of Visual Computing researches methods for the generation, processing and analysis of images and 3D-models. This includes disciplines such as computer graphics, visualization, geometry processing, virtual reality, computer vision, or 3d reconstruction.
We are excited to announce that we have two papers at CVPR 2023!
The first one is a novel pseudo-linear inverse kinematic solver for 3D reconstruction of humans from 2D images and videos. The paper was selected as a highlight - top 2.5% of CVPR submissions. This work was lead by Karthik Shetty fr...
Philipp, Markus, and Frank received a Best Paper Award at ISMAR 2022 for their paper "Content-Aware Brightness Solving and Error-Mitigation in Large-Scale Multi-Projection Mapping". Congratulations!
We are excited to announce that Bernhard's co-authored paper "Rotation-Equivariant Conditional Spherical Neural Fields for Learning a Natural Illumination Prior" has been accepted to #NeurIPS2022!! Project Page: https://jadgardner.github.io/RENI.html
On October 5th and 6th, the Visual Computing Group and Digital Reality Lab met for a retreat in the Forschungscampus in Waischenfeld. Highlights were: a dense research program, great fun activities, wonderful weather, and intense social networking.
Jann-Ole and Philipp present their latest work at MICCAI and ISMAR, which both take place in Singapore. Have a good trip! Details on the papers can be found here and here.