3D Studio Production

Adrian Hilton

(Surrey)

This talk will introduce research on the use of computer vision techniques for 3D content production in broadcast and interactive entertainment. Computer vision enables reconstruction of real-world objects to create highly realistic animated models. Research at the University of Surrey has developed a studio production platform using multiple view video to reconstruct the shape, appearance of movement of actors in a muliple camera broadcast studio. Results will be demonstrated which illustrate the use of this technology for both automatic post-production of special effects and creation of animated 3D models.
Tuesday 10th February 2004, 14:00
Robert Recorde Room
Department of Computer Science