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CfP: Special Issue on the Quest for 3D in the IET Computer Vision Journal

22 Octobre 2012


Catégorie : Revues


QU3ST - 2.5D Sensing Technologies in Motion: The Quest for 3D Special Issue in the IET Computer Vision Journal

Author guidelines: http://digital-library.theiet.org/journals/doc/IEEDRL-home/info/journals/proceedings/submissions.jsp
Submission: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/iet-cvi (choose QU3ST Special Issue)

Deadline: 30 December 2012 (contact the guest editors if you feel that your work could fit in the Special Issue but that you cannot meet the deadline)

 

Recent advances in active sensor technologies (Time-of-Flight cameras, structured light such as the COMET, RGB-D cameras such as the Kinect, LIDARs such as the Velodyne and so on) permit to easily capture a 2.5D view of the scene in one-shot. These sensors are getting increasing popularity in robotics applications, cultural heritage or computer-aided surgery, amongst others. However, these sensors usually do not solve the temporal registration problem, required to produce a 3D model by stitching together the multiple 2.5D views. This Special Issue will contain new material in 2.5D and RGB-D imaging, and their use in full 3D scene reconstruction. More specifically, the following topics may be addressed:

  • Pose estimation of active sensors;
  • Active sensors in dynamic environments;
  • Rigid and non-rigid scenarios;
  • Optical and scene flow computation from 3D active sensing;
  • 2D/3D fusion;
  • Structure-from-motion vs motion-from-structure (registration);
  • 3D models from multiple 2.5D views;
  • Optimization of the 3D reconstruction from multiple shots;
  • Data structures for large-scale/long-sequence reconstruction.

Contact the guest editors if you are unsure on how well your work fits in this Special Issue.

Author guidelines:

Author guidelines: http://digital-library.theiet.org/journals/doc/IEEDRL-home/info/journals/proceedings/submissions.jsp
Submission: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/iet-cvi (choose QU3ST Special Issue)

Deadline:

30 December 2012 (contact the guest editors if you feel that your work could fit in the Special Issue but that you cannot meet the deadline)