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  28 January - 2 February, 2018 • Burlingame, California USA

Symposium Program Highlights

The Electronic Imaging Symposium is more than just a series of collocated conferences. It is an entire week of intertwined imaging science events that allow attendees to expand their knowledge and networks. The conference technical programs are enhanced with:


Joint Conference Sessions

Joint sessions of two or more conferences throughout the week explore the synergies between the conferences.


Monday January 29, 2018

Automotive Camera Image Quality I

Session Chairs: Stuart Perry, University of Technology Sydney (Australia) and Buyue Zhang, Intel Corporation (United States)
8:50 – 10:20 AM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Autonomous Vehicles and Machines 2018, and Image Quality and System Performance XV.

8:50AVM-105
Fundamental imaging system analysis for autonomous vehicles, Robin Jenkin, ON Semiconductor (United States)

9:20AVM-106
Optimizing automotive cameras for image quality, Felix Heide and Dave Tokic, Algolux (Canada)

9:40IQSP-107
Color calibration of digital still cameras used on unmanned aerial vehicles, Susan Farnand, Rochester Institute of Technology (United States)

10:00IQSP-108
No reference prediction of quality metrics for H.264 compressed infrared image sequences for UAV applications, Kabir Hossain, Claire Mantel, and Soren Forchhammer, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)



Surveillance in Robotics, Vision, and Inspection

Session Chair: Sreenath Vantaram, Apple Inc. (United States)
10:40 AM – 12:20 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Intelligent Robotics and Industrial Applications using Computer Vision 2018, and Surveillance Session: Applications and Algorithms.

10:40IRIACV-125
Pose perceptual characteristics using HMD-based visual instruction; effect of front/rear view and viewpoint change methods, Shin Kinoshita, Yoshihiko Nomura, Ryota Sakamoto, and Tokuhiro Sugiura, Mie University (Japan)

11:00IRIACV-126
Robust pose estimation with the stereoscopic camera in harsh environment, Longchuan Niu, Sergey Smirnov, Jouni Mattila, and Atanas Gotchev, Tampere University of Technology (Finland)

11:20SRV-127
Predicting rapid fire growth (flashover) using a hybrid convolutional neural network for object recognition and segmentation, Kyongsik Yun, Jessi Bustos, and Thomas Lu, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (United States)

11:40SRV-128
Using shape descriptors for UAV detection, Eren Unlu1, Emmanuel Zenou1, and Nicolas Riviere2; 1ISAE-SUPAERO and 2ONERA (France)

12:00SRV-129
About pixel densities in surveillance, Vlado Damjanovski, ViDi Labs Pty Ltd (Australia)



Automotive Camera Image Quality II

Session Chairs: Luke Cui, Amazon (United States) and Darnell Moore, Texas Instruments (United States)
10:50 AM – 12:40 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Autonomous Vehicles and Machines 2018, and Image Quality and System Performance XV.

10:50AVM-145
P2020 - standard for automotive system image quality, Patrick Denny, Valeo Vision Systems (Ireland)

11:20AVM-146
LED flicker: Root cause, impact and measurement for automotive imaging applications, Brian Deegan, Valeo Vision Systems (Ireland)

11:40AVM-147
Visual quality evaluation of the multi-camera visualization in automotive surround view systems, Vladimir Zlokolica1,2, Mark Griffin1, Aidan Casey1, Daniela Solera1, Brian Deegan1, Patrick Denny1, and Barry Dever1; 1Valeo Vision Systems (Ireland) and 2University of Novi Sad (Serbia)

12:00AVM-148
Detection probabilities: Performance prediction for sensors of autonomous vehicles, Marc Geese, Ulrich Seger, and Alfredo Paolillo, Robert Bosch GmbH, Leonberg (Germany)

12:20AVM-149
Realistic image degradation with a measured PSF, Christian Wittpahl, Hatem Ben Zakour, Matthias Lehmann, and Alexander Braun, Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences (Germany)



Simulation for Autonomous Vehicles and Machines

Session Chairs: Peter Catrysse, Stanford Univ. (United States); Patrick Denny, Valeo (Ireland); and Darnell Moore, Texas Instruments (United States)
3:30 – 4:50 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Autonomous Vehicles and Machines 2018, and Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2018.

3:30PMII-161
Image systems simulation for automotive intelligence, Henryk Blasinski, Trisha Lian, Joyce Farrell, and Brian Wandell, Stanford University (United States)

3:50AVM-162
Large scale collaborative autonomous vehicle simulation on smartphones, Andras Kemeny1,2, Emmanuel Icart3, and Florent Colombet2; 1Arts et Métiers ParisTech, 2Renault-Nissan, and 3Scale1Portail (France)

4:10AVM-163
Assessing the correlation between human driving behaviors and fixation patterns, Mingming Wang and Susan Farnand, Rochester Institute of Technology (United States)

4:30AVM-164
Virtual simulation platforms for automated driving: Key care-abouts and usage model, Prashanth Viswanath, Mihir Mody, Soyeb Nagori, Jason Jones, and Hrushikesh Garud, Texas Instruments India Ltd (India)



Special Session on: Computational Imaging for Advanced Manufacturing

Session Chairs: Vincent Paquit, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (United States) and Hector Santos-Villalobos, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (United States)
3:30 – 5:10 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Computational Imaging XVI and Intelligent Robotics and Industrial Applications using Computer Vision 2018.

3:30COIMG-177
Advanced manufacturing research activities in the scaling of additive, battery, carbon fiber & composites fabrication, William Peter, Merlin Theodore, Lonnie Love, Ryan Dehoff, Vlastimil Kunc, and Vincent Paquit, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (United States)

3:50COIMG-178
Automated in-situ defects detection in metal additive manufacturing parts, Vincent Paquit, James Ferguson, Sean Yoder, Michael Kirka, and Ryan Dehoff, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (United States)

4:10COIMG-179
Spectral neutron tomography for crystalline materials, Singanallur Venkatakrishnan1, Luc Dessieux2, and Philip Bingham1; 1Oak Ridge National Laboratory and 2University of Tennessee Knoxville (United States)

4:30COIMG-180
Application of characterization, modeling and analytics towards understanding process-structure-property relationships in metallic 3D printing, Michael Groeber, Edwin Schwalbach, Sean Donegan, Kevin Chaput, Todd Butler, and Jonathan Miller, Wright-Patterson AFB (United States)

4:50COIMG-181
Separable models for cone-beam MBIR reconstruction, Thilo Balke1, Michael Groeber2, Gregery Buzzard1, and Charles Bouman1; 1Purdue University and 2Wright-Patterson AFB (United States)



Surface Appearance Modeling and Reproduction

Session Chairs: Reiner Eschbach, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway) and Monroe Community College (United States) and Mathieu Hebert, Université Jean Monnet de Saint Etienne (France)
3:30 – 4:50 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Color Imaging XXIII: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, and Material Appearance 2018.

3:30MAAP-165
Color prediction based on individual characterizations of the ink layers and print support, Théo Phan Van Song1,2, Christine Andraud2, Luis Sapaico1, and Maria Ortiz Segovia1; 1Océ Print Logic Technologies -- Canon Group and 2Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle (France)

3:50MAAP-166
Light interreflections and shadowing effects in a Lambertian V-cavity under diffuse illumination, Dorian Saint-Pierre1, Rada Deeb1, Damien Muselet1, Lionel Simonot1,2, and Mathieu Hebert1; 1Université Jean Monnet de Saint Etienne and 2Institut Pprime (France)

4:10MAAP-167
Interactive RGB transparency: A color rendering tool for superimposed translucent layers in digital images, Lionel Simonot1,2 and Mathieu Hebert3; 1Institut Pprime, 2Laboratoire Hubert Curien, and 3Université Jean Monnet de Saint Etienne (France)

4:30MAAP-168
General method for estimating fluorescent Donaldson matrices, Shoji Tominaga, Keita Hirai, and Takahiko Horiuchi, Chiba University (Japan)



Tuesday January 30, 2018

Stereoscopic Applications: VR to Immersive Analytics in Bioinformatics 1

Session Chair: Björn Sommer, University of Konstanz (Germany)
8:50 – 10:10 AM

This session is jointly sponsored by: The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018, and Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIX.

8:50SD&A-189
Mesoscopic rigid body modeling of the ExtraCellular Matrix's self assembly, Hua Wong, Nicolas Belloy, and Manuel Dauchez, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France)

9:10SD&A-190
Semantics for an integrative and immersive pipeline combining visualisation and analysis of molecular data, Mikael Trellet1, Nicolas Ferey1, Patrick Bourdot1, and Marc Baaden2; 1LIMSI and 2IBPC (France)

9:30SD&A-191
3D-stereoscopic modeling and visualization of a Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cell, Niklas Biere1, Mehmood Ghaffar1, Daniel Jäger1, Anja Doebbe1, Nils Rothe1, Karsten Klein2,3, Ralf Hofestädt1, Falk Schreiber2,3, Olaf Kruse1, and Björn Sommer2,3; 1Bielefeld University, 2University of Konstanz (Germany), and 3Monash University (Australia)

9:50SD&A-192
Immersive analysis and visualization of redox signaling pathways integrating experiments and computational modelling, Alexandre Maes1, Karen Druart2, Sean Guégan2, Xavier Martinez2,3, Christophe Marchand1, Stéphane Lemaire1, and Marc Baaden2; 1Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique, UMR8226, CNRS, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Université Paris 06, 2Laboratoire de Biochimie Théorique, CNRS, UPR9080, Univ Paris Diderot, Sorbonne Paris Cité, PSL Research University, and 3CNRS-LIMSI, VENISE team, Univ Paris-Sud (France)



Imaging System Performance I

Session Chairs: Elaine Jin, NVIDIA Corporation (United States) and Jackson Roland, Apple Inc. (United States)
8:50 – 9:30 AM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Image Quality and System Performance XV, and Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2018.

8:50PMII-182
Lessons from design, construction, and use of various multicameras, Henry Dietz, Clark Demaree, Paul Eberhart, Chelsea Kuball, and Jong Wu, University of Kentucky (United States)

9:10PMII-183
Relative impact of key rendering parameters on perceived quality of VR imagery captured by the Facebook surround 360 camera, Nora Pfund1, Nitin Sampat1, and Stephen Viggiano2; 1Rochester Institute of Technology and 2RIT School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (United States)



Keynote: Imaging System Performance

Session Chair: Elaine Jin, NVIDIA Corporation (United States)
9:30 – 10:10 AM
This session is jointly sponsored by: Image Quality and System Performance XV, and Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2018.
IQSP-208
Experiencing mixed reality using the Microsoft HoloLens, Kevin Matherson, Microsoft Corporation (United States)

Dr. Kevin J. Matherson is a director of optical engineering at Microsoft Corporation working on advanced optical technologies for consumer products. Prior to Microsoft, he participated in the design and development of compact cameras at HP and has more than 15 years of experience developing miniature cameras for consumer products. His primary research interests focus on sensor characterization, optical system design and analysis, and the optimization of camera image quality. Matherson holds a masters and PhD in optical sciences from the University of Arizona.

Keynote: Imaging and Astronomy, Prof. Joel Primack

Session Chairs: Susan Farnand, Rochester Institute of Technology (United States) and Kurt Niel, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (Austria)
3:30 – 4:30 PM
This session is jointly sponsored by: Color Imaging XXIII: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, and Image Quality and System Performance XV.
COLOR-259
Computer vision and deep learning applied to simulations and imaging of galaxies and the evolving universe, Joel Primack, University of California, Santa Cruz (United States)

The keynote speaker is Dr. Joel R. Primack, Distinguished Professor of Physics Emeritus, University of California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Primack specializes in the formation and evolution of galaxies and the nature of the dark matter that makes up most of the matter in the universe. After helping to create what is now called the "Standard Model" of particle physics, Primack began working in cosmology in the late 1970s, and he became a leader in the new field of particle astrophysics. His 1982 paper proposed that a natural candidate for the dark matter is the lightest supersymmetric particle, still perhaps the leading candidate. He is one of the principal originators and developers of the theory of Cold Dark Matter, which has become the basis for the standard modern picture of structure formation in the universe. With support from NASA, NSF, and DOE, he has been using supercomputers to simulate and visualize the evolution of the universe and the formation of galaxies under various assumptions, and comparing the predictions of these theories to the latest observational data. He organized and led the University of California systemwide Center for High-Performance AstroComputing, 2010-2015. Primack was one of the main advisors for the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum's 1996 IMAX film Cosmic Voyage, and he has worked with leading planetariums to help make the invisible universe visible.

Discussion: 360° Imaging Should Be 3D – But Why And How?

3:30 – 4:30 PM
This session is jointly sponsored by: The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018, and Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIX. NOTE: Full list of panelists to be announced.

Imaging and Astronomy Afternoon Session

Session Chairs: Susan Farnand, Rochester Institute of Technology (United States) and Alessandro Rizzi, Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy)
4:30 – 5:10 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Color Imaging XXIII: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, and Image Quality and System Performance XV.

4:30COLOR-285
About color correction in astrophotography, Alessandro Rizzi, Daniele Marini, and Cristian Bonanomi, Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy)

4:50SD&A-286
TileViz: Tile visualization for astro-chemistry, Martial Mancip1, Riccardo Spezia1,2, Yannick Jeanvoine2, and Cécile Balsier1; 1CNRS and 2Université d'Evry Val d'Essonnes (France)




Stereoscopic Applications: VR to Immersive Analytics in Bioinformatics 2

Session Chair: Marc Baaden, IBPC (France)
4:30 – 5:30 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018, and Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIX.

4:30SD&A-287
Combining molecular dynamics simulations augmented and virtual reality visualization: A perfect synergy to understand molecular interactions and structure, Rebeca Garcia-Fandino1, Angel Pineiro2, M. Jesús Pérez3, and Alejandro Pan3; 1University of Porto (Portugal), 2Santiago de Compostela University, and 3MD.USE Innovative Solutions S.L. (Spain)

4:50SD&A-288
Interactive molecular graphics for augmented reality using HoloLens, Christoph Müller, Michael Krone, Markus Huber, Verena Biener, Guido Reina, Daniel Weiskopf, and Thomas Ertl, University of Stuttgart (Germany)

5:10SD&A-289
Molecular Dynamics Visualization (MDV): Stereoscopic 3D display of biomolecular structure and interactions using the Unity game engine, Michael Wiebrands, Chris Malajczuk, Andrew Woods, Andrew Rohl, and Ricardo Mancera, Curtin University (Australia)



Imaging and Astronomy Discussion

Session Chairs: Susan Farnand, Rochester Institute of Technology (United States) and Daniele Marini, Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy)
5:10 – 5:30 PM
This session is jointly sponsored by: Color Imaging XXIII: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, and Image Quality and System Performance XV.

Wednesday January 31, 2018

Robotic Vision Techniques for Navigation and Vision I

Session Chairs: Patrick Denny, Valeo (Ireland) and Darnell Moore, Texas Instruments (United States)
8:50 – 10:10 AM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Autonomous Vehicles and Machines 2018, and Intelligent Robotics and Industrial Applications using Computer Vision 2018.

8:50IRIACV-301
Reliable primitive approximation for estimation of robot grasping parameters using 3D-deep neural network, Takuya Torii and Manabu Hashimoto, Chukyo University (Japan)

9:10IRIACV-302
Real-time visual loop closure detection for unmanned aerial vehicles, Semih Karakaya1, Can Erhan1, Evangelos Sariyanidi2, and Hakan Temeltas1; 1Istanbul Teknik Üniversity (Turkey) and 2Queen Mary University of London (United Kingdom)

9:30AVM-303
Semantic image segmentation using Encoder-Decoder Architecture Assisted by Global and Local Attention Models (EDA-GLAM), Hao Xu, Siyang Li, and Chun-Chieh Kuo, Univeristy of Southern California (United States)

9:50AVM-304
A method for reducing the false positives in power line detection, Alexander Cerón, University Militar Nueva Granada (Colombia)



Keynote: Immersive Imaging

Session Chair: Gordon Wetzstein, Stanford Univ. (United States)
10:40 – 11:20 AM
This session is jointly sponsored by: The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018, Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2018, and Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIX.
PMII-320
Real-time capture of people and environments for immersive computing, Shahram Izadi, PerceptiveIO, Inc. (United States)

Dr. Shahram Izadi is co-founder and CTO of perceptiveIO, a new Bay Area startup working on bleeding-edge research and products at the intersection of real-time computer vision, applied machine learning, novel displays, sensing, and human-computer interaction. Prior to perceptiveIO, Dr. Izadis was a research manager at Microsoft, managing a team of researchers and engineers, called Interactive 3D Technologies, working on moonshot projects in the area of augmented and virtual reality and natural user interfaces.

Depth Sensing

Session Chair: Calvin Chao, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. (Taiwan)
10:50 – 11:50 AM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Image Sensors and Imaging Systems 2018, and 3D Image Processing, Measurement (3DIPM), and Applications 2018.

10:50IMSE-325
Mobile 3D imaging using handheld lens array sheet and single camera, Shoaib Soomro1, Osman Eldes1, Kaan Aksit2, and Hakan Urey1; 1Koç University (Turkey) and 2NVIDIA Research (United States)

11:10IMSE-326
A distance measurement method using a time-of-flight CMOS range image sensor with 4-tap output pixels and multiple time-windows, Kohei Yamada, Akihito Komazawa, Taishi Takasawa, Keita Yasutomi, Keiichiro Kagawa, and Shoji Kawahito, Shizuoka University (Japan)

11:30IMSE-327
3D CMOS image sensor based on white pixel with off-center rectangular apertures, Byoung-Soo Choi1, Sang-Hwan Kim1, Jimin Lee1, Chang-Woo Oh1, Seunghyuk Chang2, JongHo Park2, Sang-Jin Lee2, and Jang-Kyoo Shin1; 1Kyungpook National University and 2Center for Integrated Smart Sensors (Republic of Korea)



Robotic Vision Techniques for Navigation and Vision II

Session Chairs: Patrick Denny, Valeo (Ireland) and Darnell Moore, Texas Instruments (United States)
10:50 AM – 12:40 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Autonomous Vehicles and Machines 2018, and Intelligent Robotics and Industrial Applications using Computer Vision 2018.

10:50AVM-345
Pedestrian detection at night using deep neural net-works and saliency maps (JIST-first), Duyoung Heo, EunJu Lee, and ByoungChul Ko, Keimyung University (Republic of Korea)

11:10AVM-346
Context aware hyperspectral scene analysis, Christian Winkens and Dietrich Paulus, University of Koblenz-Landau (Germany)

11:30AVM-347
Multiple pedestrian tracking in moving vehicle using online learning of random ferns and feature descriptor of pre-trained shallow convolutional neural networks, SangJun Kim, Jaeyeal Nam, and ByoungChul Ko, Keimyung University (Republic of Korea)

11:50AVM-348
Raindrop detection considering extremal regions and salient features, Vijay C S, Radhesh Bhat, and Vijaya Ragavan, PathPartner Technology Pvt Ltd (India)

12:10AVM-349
Removing shadows and shading from road surfaces in real time, Bruce Maxwell and Casey Smith, Tandent Vision Science, Inc. (United States)





Immersive Imaging

Session Chair: Gordon Wetzstein, Stanford Univ. (United States)
11:20 AM – 12:40 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018, Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2018, and Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIX.

11:20PMII-350
SpinVR: Towards live-streaming 3D virtual reality video, Donald Dansereau, Robert Konrad, Aniq Masood, and Gordon Wetzstein, Stanford University (United States)

11:40PMII-351
Towards a full parallax cinematic VR system, Haricharan Lakshman, Dolby Labs (United States)

12:00PMII-352
Perceptual evaluation of six degrees of freedom virtual reality rendering from stacked omnistereo representation, Jayant Thatte and Bernd Girod, Stanford University (United States)

12:20PMII-353
Image systems simulation for 360° camera rigs, Trisha Lian, Joyce Farrell, and Brian Wandell, Stanford University (United States)



Visualization Facilities

Session Chairs: Margaret Dolinsky, Indiana University (United States) and Andrew Woods, Curtin University (Australia)
3:30 – 5:30 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2018, and Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIX.

3:30ERVR-392
xREZ Art + Science Lab - facilities presentation, Ruth West, University of North Texas (United States)

3:50SD&A-393
CADwalk: Life-size MR-AR-VR design experience – Optimising and validating mission critical work environments, Gerhard Kimenkowski, CADwalk Global Pty Ltd (Australia)

4:10ERVR-394
When one is not enough: Cross-platform and collaborative developments at the Emerging Analytics Center, Dirk Reiners, Carolina Cruz-Neira, and Carsten Neumann, University of Arkansas at Little Rock (United States)

4:30SD&A-395
Multiplatform VR case study – Beacon Virtua, Andrew Woods1, Nick Oliver1, and Paul Bourke2; 1Curtin University and 2University of Western Australia (Australia)

4:50SD&A-396
What will we see next? current visualization facilities trends and future considerations, Kurt Hoffmeister, Mechdyne Corp. (United States)

5:10
SD&A Closing Remarks



Thursday February 1, 2018

Keynote: Imaging Sensors and Technologies for Automotive Intelligence

Session Chairs: Arnaud Darmont, APHESA SPRL (Belgium); Joyce Farrell, Stanford University (United States); and Darnell Moore, Texas Instruments (United States)
8:50 – 9:30 AM
This session is jointly sponsored by: Autonomous Vehicles and Machines 2018, Image Sensors and Imaging Systems 2018, and Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2018.
PMII-415
Advances in automotive image sensors, Boyd Fowler1 and Johannes Solhusvik2; 1OmniVision Technologies (United States) and 2OmniVision Technologies Europe Design Center (Norway)

Dr. Boyd Fowler joined OmniVision in December 2015 as the Vice President of Marketing and was appointed Chief Technology Officer in July 2017. Dr. Fowler’s research interests include CMOS image sensors, low noise image sensors, noise analysis, data compression, and machine learning and vision. Prior to joining OmniVision, he was co-founder and VP of Engineering at Pixel Devices, where he focused on developing high-performance CMOS image sensors. After Pixel Devices was acquired by Agilent Technologies, Dr. Fowler was responsible for advanced development of commercial CMOS image sensor products. In 2003, Dr. Fowler joined Fairchild Imaging as the CTO and VP of Technology, where he developed SCMOS image sensors for high-performance scientific applications. After Fairchild Imaging was acquired by BAE Systems, Dr. Fowler was appointed the technology director of the CCD/CMOS image sensor business. He has authored numerous technical papers, book chapters, and patents. Dr. Fowler received his MSEE and PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1990 and 1995 respectively.

Imaging Sensors and Technologies for Automotive Intelligence

Session Chairs: Arnaud Darmont, APHESA SPRL (Belgium); Patrick Denny, Valeo (Ireland); and Joyce Farrell, Stanford University (United States)
9:30 – 9:50 AM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Autonomous Vehicles and Machines 2018, Image Sensors and Imaging Systems 2018, and Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2018.

9:30IMSE-422
Partial reset HDR image sensor with improved fixed pattern noise performance, Volodymyr Seliuchenko1,2, Sharath Patil1,3, Marcelo Mizuki1, Saad Ahmad1, and Maarten Kuijk2; 1Melexis, 2Vrije University Brussel (Belgium), and 3University of Massachusetts Lowell (United States)



Camera Image Processing

Session Chair: Michael Kriss, MAK Consultants (United States)
10:50 AM – 12:10 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems XVI, and Photography, Mobile, and Immersive Imaging 2018.

10:50IPAS-439
Color interpolation algorithm for the Sony-RGBW color filter array, Jonghyun Kim and Moon Gi Kang, Yonsei University (Republic of Korea)

11:10IPAS-440
High dynamic range imaging with a single exposure-multiplexed image using smooth contour prior, Mushfiqur Rouf and Rabab Ward, University of British Columbia (Canada)

11:30IPAS-441
Enhancement of underwater color images by two-side 2-D quaternion discrete Fourier transform, Artyom Grigoryan1, Aparna John1, and Sos Agaian2; 1University of Texas at San Antonio and 2City University of New York/CSI (United States)

11:50PMII-442
Automatic tuning method for camera denoise and sharpness based on perception model, Weijuan Xi1, Huanzhao Zeng2, and Jonathan Phillips2; 1Purdue University and 2Google Inc. (United States)



3D Scene Sensing and Object Recording

Session Chairs: William Puech, University of Montpellier (France) and Robert Sitnik, Warsaw University of Technology (Poland)
2:00 – 4:00 PM

This session is jointly sponsored by: 3D Image Processing, Measurement (3DIPM), and Applications 2018, and Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems XVI.

2:003DIPM-460
An accurate and robust algorithm for tracking guitar neck in 3D based on modified RANSAC homography, Zhao Wang and Jun Ohya, Waseda University (Japan)

2:203DIPM-461
Skeleton-based dynamic hand gesture recognition using 3D depth data, Dan Zhao, Beijing Institute of Technology (China)

2:40IPAS-462
Combining local and global optical flow for RGB-D point cloud alignment, Sunho Kim and Yo-Sung Ho, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (Republic of Korea)

3:00IPAS-463
Discrimination of active dynamic objects in stereo-based visual SLAM, Ihtisham Ali, Olli Suominen, and Atanas Gotchev, Tampere University of Technology (Finland)

3:20IPAS-464
Error correction for time-of-flight images using validity classification, Yunseok Song and Yo-Sung Ho, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (Republic of Korea)

3:403DIPM-465
How to capture aesthetic features of complex cultural heritage objects – active illumination data fusion, Grzegorz Maczkowski1, Eryk Bunsch2, and Jakub Krzeslowski1; 1Warsaw University of Technology and 2King Jan III Museum Palace at Wilanow (Poland)



 
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