workshop in conjunction with ACCV 2018 on
RGB-D - sensing and understanding via combined colour and depth
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RGB-D images capture both photometric and geometric information, and over the last few years the cost of RGB-D sensors has dropped while their accuracy has increased. RGB-D sensors and analytics is a timely topic, as RGB-D data is now widespread and has been incorporated into many applications, such as health care, robotics, fashion, metrology, vehicular technology.
However, data is still typically noisy and incomplete, data processing techniques still lag behind traditional image modalities, real-time processing of data becomes more challenging as data volumes increase. Therefore, many research challenges remain.
|• Submission of full papers:||30st September, 2018 (deadline extended)|
|• Notification of acceptance:||19th October, 2018|
|• Camera ready papers:||31st October, 2018|
|• Workshop date:||2nd December, 2018|
The workshops will be held as part of ACCV 2018 in Perth, Australia. For details, please see the ACCV webpage
All of the workshops held in association with ACCV 2018 will have their peer-reviewed proceedings published by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS series.
If you have any comments or questions, send an email to Prof Paul Rosin, Dr Yukun Lai or Prof Toby Breckon