From Computer Vision to Interaction -- 10+ Years of Vision Systems

Prof. Alexandre R.J. Francois


Abstract

This talk retraces my 10+ year journey in Computer Vision research, through object recognition, 3-D modeling from a single image, colorimetric and 2-D geometric manipulation of image regions, video analysis and visual interaction. This journey began in the mid-to-late 90's, and surfed the wave of evolution of hardware and software tools available to computer vision researchers. This evolution shaped my approach to designing and implementing demonstration software systems. It ultimately defined my approach to addressing vision problems and formulating solutions in a dynamic framework, which is the core of my current research.


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