CVMP 2011 has issued a final call for papers for this year’s conference.
The event, which takes place at the British Film Institute in London from 16-17 November, provides a forum for cutting-edge research in computer graphics, computer vision and physical simulation.
The best paper submitted will net its authors a £400 prize, funded by the BBC. The only catch? Entries close tomorrow, Thursday 30 June.
PRESS RELEASE (Excerpts)
High-quality papers are invited which present novel research related to any aspect of media production. Full length submitted papers will be subject to peer review and the conference organisers are again expecting to publish papers with well respected academic publishers. (In 2010 papers were published by the CPS). Selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions for a Journal special issue on Visual Media Production. Papers are invited in all areas of visual media production including:
- Image and video-based modelling
- 3D video capture
- Camera tracking
- Multiple view reconstruction
- Video-based human motion capture
- Video-based animation
- Scene modelling
- High-dynamic range imaging
- Illumination and reflectance modelling
- Photorealistic rendering and animation
- Relighting images
- Video motion estimation
- Segmentation and matting
- Stereo and 3D video processing
- Infilling, object removal and insertion
- Image and video synthesis
- Image annotation and classification
- Image enhancement and restoration
- Stylisation and cartoon rendering
- Novel imaging video
- 3D and stereo production
- Visual effects
- Interactive media and games
- TV, film & e-cinema
- Content management systems
- Real-time imaging systems
- Post production using 3D and motion
- Multiple camera systems
Submission of full technical papers of up to 10 pages are solicited. Accepted papers will be presented as either oral or posters and will appear in the conference proceedings. Further details of online submission and paper formats will be available form the CVMP website.
Submission deadline (Full paper): 30 June 2011
Notification of full paper acceptance: 2 August 2011
Submission of camera ready: 2 September 2011
Short one page papers presenting novel research in progress are also invited. Short papers will be considered for presentation as posters in a special session.
Submission deadline (Short paper): October 2011 (TBC)