Conference 3 Dec - 6 Dec Exhibition 4 Dec - 6 Dec

Attendees

    Posters

    01 Full Conference 1 - Full Conference One Day 03 Basic Conference

    Modeling

    A Fourier Model of Periodic Dynamic Speech Balloons

    In the paper, we propose a Fourier model to represent the dynamics of a speech balloon. Using this model, we can generate various dynamic speech balloons with different styles. Experimental results have demonstrated the effectiveness of the proposed model.


    Ruimin Lyu, Jiangnan University

    Mandi Xu, Jiangnan University

    Lei Meng, Jiangnan University

    Wei Chen, Jiangnan University

    Lifang Chen, Jiangnan University

    Animated Construction of Ink-Wash Paintings

    An effective solution for estimating an order given a number of 2D strokes extracted from ink-wash painting images.


    Fan Tang, LIAMA-NLPR, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Yiping Meng, LIAMA-NLPR, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Weiming Dong, LIAMA-NLPR, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Xing Mei, LIAMA-NLPR, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Feiyue Huang, Tencent

    Xiaopeng Zhang, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Aurora 3D-Measurement and Visualization Using Fish-Eye Stereo Camera

    Three-dimensional measurement of aurora, especially based on image analysis, is highly difficult problem because corresponding points on images are hard to detect because of its transparency and non-rigidity. We proposed three-dimensional measurement methodology of aurora using a pair of fish-eye cameras and visualized the 3D-shape.


    Hiromitsu Fujii, School of Engineering of The University of Tokyo

    Takayuki Kubo, The University of Tokyo

    Atsushi Yamashita, School of Engineering of The University of Tokyo

    Akira Takeuchi, The University of Tokyo

    Masayuki Tanaka, Tokyo Institute of Technology

    Ryuho Kataoka, National Institute of Polar Research

    Yoshizumi Miyoshi, Nagoya University

    Masatoshi Okutomi, Tokyo Institute of Technology

    Hajime Asama, School of Engineering of The University of Tokyo

    Camera Synchronization to Imperceptible Frames Embedded in a Displayed Video Sequence

    A camera automatically synchronizing to short-time invisible frames embedded in a video sequence is proposed, which will enable, for example, to retrieve additional information hidden in a digital signage display. Synchronization between the camera and the display is implemented with a phase-locked loop algorithm treating images as input.


    Hidetaka Niidome, Tohoku University

    Shingo Kgami, Tohoku University

    Koichi Hashimoto, Tohoku University


    Diffusion: Change the Ambience of a Space with a Small Amount of Ink

    We created an interactive art exhibition, Diffusion, which enables visitors to change the entire ambience of the exhibition room by using actual coloring matter. It helped visitors experience their inner feelings and emotions visually and acoustically. In this poster, we describe how the installation of the exhibition was performed.


    Saemi Choi, The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies

    Yusuke Matsui, The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

    Aizawa Kiyoharu, The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

    Emotional Color Theme Extraction

    This paper introduces the conception of emotional color theme, introducing the color emotion theory into color theme extraction, and proposes a novel emotion color theme extraction framework. Our novel method can be applied in the field of color transfer, image enhancement, and image quality assessment.


    Shiguang Liu, Tianjin University

    Huarong Luo, Tianjin University


    Extrinsic Camera Parameters Estimation from Arbitrary Co-planar Circles

    A convenient and feasible method to estimate the extrinsic camera parameters with arbitrary co-planar two circles in a single image captured in everyday scenes.


    Ding Chen, Yahoo Japan Corporation

    Ryuuki Sakamoto, Yahoo Japan Corporation


    Figure-Ground Image Generation using Contour Matching and Rigid Shape Deformation

    We present an automatic technique that composes an ambiguous figure-ground images from two binary images with one served as figure and the other as ground. Our system assists users to easily compose and create figure-ground images. It provides artists significant flexibility for their creativity.


    Chih-Kuo Yeh, National Cheng-Kung University

    Pei-Ke Chen, Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Cheng-Kung University

    Hung-Kuo Chu, Department of Computer Science, National Tsing Hua University

    Tong-Yee Lee, Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Cheng-Kung University

    Multi-Resolution Bullet-Time Effect

    We propose a Bullet-Time effect that can zooms-in user's attention object with keeping a watch on displayed image.


    Nao Akechi, University of Tsukuba

    Itaru Kitahara, University of Tsukuba

    Ryuuki Sakamoto, Yahoo Japan Corporation

    Yuichi Ohta, University of Tsukuba

    QR Code Embellishment with Background Facial Image Embedding

    A novel method for QR code embellishment with background facial image embedding is proposed. This method makes use of the encoding redundancy of existing QR codes. The generated QR codes are more visual-pleasing with original color image embedding than existing methods.


    Bo Jiang, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications

    Xinguo Liu, Zhejiang University


    Sparsity-based Color Quantization with Preserved Image Details

    We proposed a colour reduction method considering together the colour and spatial space. We model the color reduction and detail preserving problem into one optimization problem. Our result, which is details preserved and color reduced, could help improve some image processing methods such as decolorization, non-photorealistic stylization and so on.


    Jinze Yu, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, The University of Tokyo

    Cewu Lu, Department of Computer Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Yoichi Sato, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, The University of Tokyo
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