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Full Papers Track

FP1: Image and Video Retargeting

Tuesday, May 15th, 9:00-10:40 in Room P

Session chair: Sylvain Paris, Adobe, USA

  • How Not to Be Seen -- Inpainting Dynamic Objects in Crowded Scenes. M. Granados (MPI Informatik), J. Tompkin (UCL), K. I. Kim (MPI Informatik), O. Grau (BBC R&B), J. Kautz (UCL), C. Theobalt (MPI Informatik)

  • Robust Image Retargeting via Axis-Aligned Deformation. D. Panozzo (University of Genoa / ETH Zurich), O. Weber (New York University), O. Sorkine (New York University / ETH Zurich)

  • Iterative Image Warping. H. Bowles (Black Rock Studio), K. Mitchell (Disney Interactive), R. W. Sumner (ETH Zurich), J. Moore (Black Rock Studio), M. Gross (ETH Zurich and Disney Research Zurich)

  • Coherent Spatiotemporal Filtering, Upsampling and Rendering of RGBZ Videos – C. Richardt (MPI Informatik and University of Cambridge), C. Stoll (MPI Informatik), N. Dodgson (University of Cambridge), H.-P. Seidel (MPI Informatik), C.Theobalt (MPI Informatik)

FP2: Photo Manipulation

Tuesday, May 15th, 11:00-12:40 in Room P

Session chair: Kari Pulli, NVIDIA, USA

  • Creating Picture Legends for Group Photos. J. Gao (National Univ. of Singapore), S. J. Kim (Advanced Digital Sciences Center (ADSC), Singapore), M. S. Brown(National Univ. of Singapore)

  • Data-Driven Scene Object Manipulation in Images. C. Goldberg (The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya), T. Chen (Tsinghua University, Beijing, China), F.-L. Zhang (Tsinghua University), A. Shamir (The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya). S.-M. Hu (Tsinghua University)

  • Realtime Disparity Map-Based Pictorial Depth Cue Enhancement. C. Roessing (Daimler AG), J. Hanika (Weta Digital), H. P. A. Lensch (Ulm University)

  • Interactive Multi-perspective Imagery from Photos and Videos. H. Lieng (University College London), J. Tompkin (University College London), J. Kautz (University College London),

FP3: Light Fields and Reflectance

Tuesday, May 15th, 14:00-15:40 in Room P

Session chair: Martin Fuchs, Universität Stuttgart, Germany

  • Light-Field Retargeting. C. Birklbauer (Johannes Kepler University Linz), O. Bimber (Johannes Kepler University Linz)

  • Unstructured Light Field. A. Davis (MIT CSAIL), M. Levoy (Stanford University), F. Durand (MIT CSAIL)

  • Data-Driven Surface Reflectance from Sparse and Irregular Samples. R. Ruiters (University of Bonn), C. Schwartz (University of Bonn), R. Klein (University of Bonn)

  • Novel-View Synthesis of Outdoor Sport Events Using an Adaptive View-Dependent Geometry. M. Germann (ETH Zurich), T. Popa (ETH Zurich), R. Keiser (LiberoVision AG), R. Ziegler (ETH Zurich / LiberoVision AG), M. Gross (ETH Zurich)

FP4: Image and Color Processing

Tuesday, May 15th, 16:00-17:40 in Room P

Session chair: Roberto Scopigno, ISTI-CNR, Italy

  • Analytic Anti-Aliasing of Linear Functions on Polytopes. T. Auzinger (Vienna University of Technology), M. Guthe (University of Marburg), S. Jeschke (Vienna University of Technology)

  • SimpleFlow: A Non-iterative, Sublinear Optical Flow Algorithm. M. Tao (University of California, Berkeley), J. Bai (University of California, Berkeley), P. Kohli (Microsoft), S. Paris (Adobe, Inc.)

  • SMAA: Enhanced Subpixel Morphological Antialiasing. J. Jimenez (Universidad de Zaragoza), J. I. Echevarria (Universidad de Zaragoza), T. Sousa (Crytek), D. Gutierrez (Universidad de Zaragoza)

  • Black is Green: Adaptive Color Transformation For Reduced Ink Usage. L. Shapira (HP Labs), B. Oicherman (Independent)

FP5: Massive Models

Tuesday, May 15th, 16:00-17:40 in Room A

Session chair: Michael Wimmer, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

  • Real-time Realistic Rendering and Lighting of Forests. E. Bruneton (INRIA), F. Neyret (INRIA)

  • Interactive Editing of GigaSample Terrain Fields. M. Treib (Technische Universität München), F. Reichl (Technische Universität München), S. Auer (Technische Universität München), R. Westermann (Technische Universität München)

  • A GPU-based Approach for Massive Model Rendering with Frame-to-Frame Coherence. C. Peng (Virginia Tech), Y. Cao (Virginia Tech)

  • Rasterized Bounding Volume Hierarchies. J. Novak (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), C. Dachsbacher (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

FP6: Textures and Materials

Wednesday, May 16th, 9:00-10:40 in Room P

Session chair: Manuel Oliveira, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil

  • Procedural Texture Preview. A. Lasram (INRIA), S. Lefebvre (INRIA), C. Damez (Allegorithmic)

  • Mesh Colorization. G. Leifman (Technion), A. Tal (Technion)

  • 3D Material Style Transfer. C. H. Nguyen (MPI Informatik), T. Ritschel (Telecom ParisTech / CNRS), K. Myszkowski (MPI Informatik), E. Eisemann (Telecom ParisTech / CNRS), H.-P. Seidel (MPI Informatik)

  • Repetition Maximization based Texture Unwarping. D. Aiger (Google Inc), D. Cohen Or (Tel Aviv University), N. Mitra (University College London)

FP7: Computational Photography

Wednesday, May 16h, 11:00-12:40 in Room P

Session chair: Elmar Eisemann, Telecom ParisTech, France

  • Practical Spectral Photography. R. Habel (Vienna University of Technology), M. Kudenov (University of Arizona), M. Wimmer (Vienna University of Technology)

  • Coding Depth through Mask Structure. H. Fortunato (UFRGS), M. M. Oliveira (UFRGS)

  • Soft Stacking. J. McCann (Adobe Systems, Inc.), N. S. Pollard (Carnegie Mellon University)

  • Metering for Exposure Stacks. O. Gallo (NVIDIA), M. Tico (Nokia), R. Manduchi (University of California at Santa Cruz), N. Gelfand (Nokia), K. Pulli (NVIDIA)

FP8: Crowds, Cloths and Shape Deformation

Wednesday, May 16th, 11:00-12:40 in Room A

Session chair: Kai Hormann, University of Lugano, Switzerland

  • Realistic Following Behaviors for Crowd Simulation. S. Lemercier (INRIA Rennes), A. Jelic (Université de Paris 11), R. Kulpa (Université de Rennes 2), J. Hua (Université de Toulouse), J. Fehrenbach (Université de Toulouse), P. Degond (Université de Toulouse), C. Appert-Rolland (Université de Paris 11), S. Donikian (Golaem), J. Pettré (INRIA Rennes)

  • Manipulation of Flexible Objects by Geodesic Control. H. Wang (University of Edinburgh), T. Komura (University of Edinburgh)

  • Super-Clothoids. F. Bertails-Descoubes (INRIA)

  • Data-Driven Estimation of Cloth Simulation Models. E. Miguel (URJC Madrid), D. Bradley (Disney Research Zurich), B. Thomaszewski (Disney Research Zurich), B. Bickel (Disney Research Zurich), W. Matusik (Disney Research Zurich), M. Otaduy (URJC Madrid), S. Marschner (Cornell University)

FP9: Perceptual Graphics

Wednesday, May 16th, 15:20-17:20 in Room P

Session chair: Daniel Weiskopf, Universität Stuttgart, Germany

  • A Computational Model of Afterimages. T. Ritschel (Telecom ParisTech / CNRS), E. Eisemann (TELECOM ParisTech / CNRS-LTCI)

  • Perceptually Linear Parameter Variations. N. Lindow (Zuse Institute Berlin), D. Baum (Zuse Institute Berlin), H.-C. Hege (Zuse Institute Berlin)

  • NoRM: No-Reference Image Quality Metric for Realistic Image Synthesis. R. Herzog (MPI Informatik), M. Cadik (MPI Informatik), T. O. Aydin (MPI Informatik), K I. Kim (MPI Informatik), K. Myszkowski (MPI Informatik), H.-P. Seidel (MPI Informatik)

  • Unsharp Masking, Countershading and Halos: Enhancements or Artifacts? M. Trentacoste (UBC), R. Mantiuk (Bangor University), W. Heidrich (UBC), F. Dufrot (Bangor University)

  • Crowd Light: Evaluating the Perceived Fidelity of Illuminated Dynamic Scenes. A. Jarabo (Universidad de Zaragoza), T. Van Eyck (Trinity College Dublin), V. Sundstedt (Blekinge Institute of Technology), K. Bala (Cornell University), D. Gutierrez (Universidad de Zaragoza), C. O'Sullivan (Trinity College Dublin)

FP10: Making and Shadowing

Wednesday, May 16th, 15:20-17:20 in Room A

Session chair: Marco Tarini, Università degli Studi dell'Insubria, Italy

  • Pixel Art with Refracted Light by Rearrangeable Sticks. Y. Yue (The University of Tokyo), K. Iwasaki (Wakayama University), B.-Y. Chen (National Taiwan University), Y. Dobashi (Hokkaido University), T. Nishita (University of Tokyo)

  • crdbrd: Shape Fabrication by Sliding Planar Slices. K. Hildebrand (TU Berlin), B. Bickel (TU Berlin and Disney Research Zurich), M. Alexa (TU Berlin)

  • SHADOWPIX: Multiple Images from Self Shadowing. A. Bermano (Disney Research Zurich, ETH Zurich), I. Baran (Disney Research Zurich), M. Alexa (TU Berlin), W. Matusik (Disney Research Zurich)

  • Manufacturing Layered Attenuators for Multiple Prescribed Shadow Images. I. Baran (Disney Research Zurich), P. Keller (ETH Zurich), D. Bradley (Disney Research Zurich), S. Coros (Disney Research Zurich), W. Jarosz (Disney Research Zürich), D. Nowrouzezahrai (Disney Research Zurich), M. Gross (ETH Zurich)

  • Rationalization of Triangle-Based Folding Structures. H. Zimmer (RWTH Aachen University), M. Campen (RWTH Aachen University), D. Bommes (RWTH Aachen University), L. Kobbelt (RWTH Aachen University)

FP11: Interactive Modeling and User Interfaces

Thursday, May 17th, 9:00-10:40 in Room P

Session chair: Reinhard Klein, University of Bonn, Germany

  • Interactive Self-Organizing Windows. M. Steinberger (Graz University of Technology), M. Waldner (TU Graz), D. Schmalstieg (TU Graz)

  • Exploring Shape Variations by 3D-Model Decomposition and Part-based Recombination. A. Jain (MPI Informatik), T. Thormaehlen (MPI Informatik), T. Ritschel (Telecom ParisTech / CNRS), H.-P. Seidel (MPI Informatik)

  • Linear Analysis of Nonlinear Constraints for Interactive Geometric Modeling. M. Habbecke (RWTH Aachen University), L. Kobbelt (RWTH Aachen University)

  • Multitouch Gestures for Constrained Transformation of 3D Objects. O. K.-C. Au (City University of Hong Kong), C.-L. Tai (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), H. Fu (City University of Hong Kong)

FP12: Cities and Buildings

Thursday, May 17th, 11:00-12:40 in Room P

Session chair: Michael Wand, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Germany

  • Interactive Coherence-Based Façade Modeling. P. Musialski (Vienna University of Technology), M. Wimmer (Vienna University of Technology), P. Wonka (Arizona State University)

  • Factored Facade Acquisition Using Symmetric Line Arrangements. D. Ceylan (EPFL), N. Mitra (University College London), H. Li (Columbia University / Princeton University), T. Weise (EPFL), M. Pauly (EPFL)

  • Procedural Generation of Parcels in Urban Modeling. C. A. Vanegas (Purdue University and ESRI), T. Kelly (University of Glasgow), B. Weber (ESRI), J. Halatsch (ETH Zürich), D. Aliaga (Purdue University), P. Mueller (ESRI)

  • Procedural Interpolation of Historical City Maps. L. Krecklau (RWTH Aachen University), C. Manthei (RWTH Aachen University), L. Kobbelt (RWTH Aachen University)

FP13: Lighting and Rendering

Thursday, May 17th, 14:00-15:40 in Room P

Session chair: Michael Goesele, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

  • Importance Caching for Complex Illumination. I. Georgiev (Saarland University), J. Krivanek (Charles University), S. Popov (Computer Graphics, University of Saarland), P. Slusallek (DFKI, Intel Visual Computing Institute & Saarland University)

  • Light Transport Visualization in Virtual Scenes by Selective Inspection. T. Reiner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), A. Kaplanyan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), M. Reinhard (Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg), C. Dachsbacher (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

  • Stochastic Progressive Photon Mapping for Dynamic Scenes. M. Weiss (University of Magdeburg), T. Grosch (Universitaet Magdeburg)

  • Real-time Rendering of Dynamic Scenes under All-frequency Lighting using Integral Spherical Gaussian. K. Iwasaki (Wakayama University), W. Furuya (Wakayama University), Y. Dobashi (Hokkaido University), T. Nishita (University of Tokyo)

FP14: Animation

Thursday, May 17th, 16:00-17:40 in Room P

Session chair: Andrei Sharf, Ben-Gurion University, Israel

  • A Continuous, Editable Representation for Deforming Mesh Sequences with Separate Signals for Time, Pose and Shape. T. Cashman (University of Lugano), K. Hormann (University of Lugano)

  • Interaction Retrieval by Spacetime Proximity Graphs. J. K.T. Tang (City University of Hong Kong), J. C.P. Chan (City University of Hong Kong), H. Leung (City University of Hong Kong) , T. Komura (University of Edinburgh)

  • Automatic Rigging Multi-component Characters. G. Bharaj (MPI Informatik), T. Thormaehlen (MPI Informatik), H.-P. Seidel (MPI Informatik), C. Theobalt (MPI Informatik)

  • Fast Grasp Synthesis for Various Shaped Objects. F. Kyota (Tokyo Institute of Technology), S. Saito (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

FP15: Computational Geometry and Geometry Processing

Thursday, May 17th, 16:00-17:40 in Room A

Session chair: Eugene Zhang, Oregon State University, USA

  • Centroidal Voronoi Tessellation of Line Segments and Graphs. L. Lu (Hong-Kong University), B. Lévy (INRIA), W. Wang (Hong-Kong University)

  • A Simple Algorithm for Maximal Poisson-Disk Sampling in High Dimensions. M. S. Ebeida (Sandia National Laboratories), S. A. Mitchell (Sandia National Laboratories), A. Patney (University of California, Davis), A. A. Davidson (UC Davis), J. Owens (UC Davis)

  • Medial Kernels. M. Berger (University of Utah), C. Silva (NYU-Poly)

  • Generalized Swept Mid-structure for Polygonal Models. T. Martin (University of Utah), G. Chen (University of Utah), S. Musuvathy (University of Utah), E. Cohen (University of Utah), C. Hansen (University of Utah)

FP16: Visualization and Simulation

Friday, May 18th, 9:00-10:40 in Room P

Session chair: Claudio T. Silva, New York University, USA

  • Explicit Mesh Surfaces for Particle Based Fluids. J. Yu (New York University), C. Wojtan (IST Austria), G. Turk (Georgia Institute of Technology), C. Yap (New York University)

  • Advected Tangent Curves: A General Scheme for Characteristic Curves of Flow Fields. T. Weinkauf (MPI Informatik), H.-C. Hege (Zuse Institute Berlin), H. Theisel (University of Magdeburg)

  • Computational Design of Rubber Balloons. M. Skouras (ETH Zurich), B. Thomaszewski (Disney Research Zurich), B. Bickel (ETH Zurich), M. Gross (ETH Zurich)

  • A Cell-Based Light Interaction Model for Human Blood. D. Yim (University of Waterloo), G. Baranoski (University of Waterloo), B. Kimmel (University of Waterloo), T. F. Chen (University of Waterloo), E. Miranda (University of Waterloo)