We will host a talk on “Analysis by Synthesis by Graphics Hardware” in NYT, our course on how to perform research (free and open to the public):
- by: Marc Stamminger
- about: Analysis by Synthesis by Graphics Hardware
- on: 2018-01-31, 14:30 Uhr
- at: Cauerstr. 7/9, H6
Abstract: Visual Computing is about the synthesis of images with a computer (rendering) as well as the reconstruction of 3D models from an image (computer vision). “Analysis-by-synthesis” combines the two: to reconstruct the shape of an object, we start with some object and adapt its shape until its rendering looks like the input image. In the talk I will explain this principle in more detail, will show how this is related to AlgoKS and will present results obtained with this approach.
Speaker: Marc Stamminger is a professor for visual computing at the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg since 2002. His research is focused on real-time visual computing, in particular real-time rendering and visualization, augmented and mixed reality, and digital image forensics.