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Seminar: The Evolution of Motion Estimation and Real-time 3D Reconstruction

Seminar for computer science and games engineering master students (IN2107).

General

Real-time 3D reconstruction and motion estimation is of great importance for many applications such as robotics, AR, virtual reality and autonomous driving. In this seminar, we will look closer on the evolution of real-time 3D reconstruction and motion estimation. The focus will be oriented towards methods that can estimate the motion of the camera in an online manner. We will cover a wide range of methods and sensors, for example depth sensors, monocular cameras and event cameras. We will walk through the last 10-15 years of research and see how the technology has evolved where today it is possible to generate 3D models in real-time with a semantic knowledge of the scene.

Organization

General
  • If you are accepted to the seminar in the matching system, you can expect to get more information from us by mid-August. Please do not contact us before!
Material

All information as well as the slides from the pre-meeting can be found here (password protected).

Weekly Meetings
  • Day: Wednesday, every second week
  • Time: 10:00 - 12:00
  • Start: October 23rd
  • Location: 02.09.023
  • Each session there will be two talks.
  • All talks are held in English.

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