LDRMC 2011 – First International Workshop on

Live Dense Reconstruction from Moving Cameras

In conjunction with the ICCV 2011, November 12, Barcelona, Spain


The importance of a good theory in practice is a key theme of the workshop. To that end we have brought together an extremely novel combination of the highest calibre researchers for invited talks from both the robotics and computer vision communities.

Invited Speakers

Workshop Program

8.50 - 9.00
9.00 - 9.30
Speaker: Richard Newcombe, Imperial College, London
9.30 - 10:00
Speaker: Kurt Konolige, Willow Garage
10:00 - 10:30
Speaker: Daniel Cremers, Technical University of Munich
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee break
11:00 - 11:30
Speaker: Thomas Pock, ICG,Technical University of Graz
11:30 - 12:00
Speaker: George Vogiatzis, Aston University
12:00 - 12:30
Speaker: Andrew Comport, CNRS-I3S UNSA
13.00 - 14.30
14:30 - 16:00
Poster session and Demonstrations
16.00 - 16.30
Coffee break
16.30 - 17.00
Speaker: Jan-Michael Frahm, UNC-CH
17:00 - 17:30
Speaker: Christopher Zach, ETH Zurich
17:30 - 18.00
Panel discussion and closing remarks

Accepted Papers

Presentation of the following papers will take place in poster and demonstration form.
  • Live 3D Shape Reconstruction, Recognition and Registration
    Oliver J. Woodford, Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, Carlos Hernández, Google, Frank Perbet, Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, Minh-Tri Pham, Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, George Vogiatzis, Aston University, Atsuto Maki, Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, Björn Stenger, Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, Roberto Cipolla, University of Cambridge,

  • Efficient Edge-Preserving Stereo Matching
    Cevahir Çığla and A. Aydın Alatan
    Middle East Technical University; VESTEK Electronic Research & Development Corp.

  • An asymmetric real-time dense visual localisation and mapping system
    Andrew I. Comport, CNRS-I3S, UNSA
    Maxime Meilland and Patrick Rives, INRIA Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée

  • Real-time Global Prediction for Temporally Stable Stereo
    Martin Dobias and Radim Sara
    Czech Technical University in Prague

  • Online 3D reconstruction using Convex Optimization
    Gottfried Graber, Thomas Pock and Horst Bischof
    Graz University of Technology

  • Recursive Live Dense Reconstruction: some comments on established and imaginable new approaches
    Rudolf Mester
    Linköpings Universitet, Goethe Universität

  • GEA Optimization for Live Structureless Motion Estimation
    A.L. Rodríguez, P.E. López-de-Teruel and A. Ruiz
    Universidad de Murcia

  • Real-Time Visual Odometry from Dense RGB-D Images
    Frank Steinbrücker, Jürgen Sturm and Daniel Cremers
    Technical University of Munich

  • Surface Reconstruction for RGB-D Data using Real-Time Depth Propagation
    Karthik Mahesh Varadarajan and Markus Vincze
    Technical University of Vienna

  • Real-time Structure and Motion Recovery from Two Views of a Multiplanar Scene
    Javier Flavio Vigueras-Gomez
    Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí Stan Sclaroff, Boston University


For your questions and comments, please contact Richard Newcombe.

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