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Using Computer Vision for Graphics

Speaker  Sing Bing Kang

Affiliation  Microsoft

Host  Jaime Puente

Duration  00:34:43

Date recorded  24 May 2012

Creating compelling-looking content by using conventional graphics techniques is often laborious and requires significant artistry and experience. Over the past few years, I have been looking into how this content-creation process can be simplified through using computer vision techniques.

In this talk, I describe a variety of projects undertaken with this goal in mind, discussing how computer vision techniques can be used to simplify animations of Chinese paintings by analyzing brush strokes; to generate free-viewpoint videos from a small number of cameras; to produce 3-D models of plants and trees from images; and to personalize automatic enhancements of photographs.

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