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Research on 3D acquisition using projector and camera system
Date: 2016/3/18             Browse: 549

Research on 3D acquisition using projector and camera system

Speaker: Hiroshi Kawasaki

Time: Mar 18, 5:00pm - 6:00pm.

Location: Lecture hall, Administration Center


In this talk, I will introduce an overview of my research projects on 3D shape acquisition technique using projector and camera system. The talk mainly focuses on active stereo which we invented in 2008 and their extensions to realize following systems.

-- High speed 3D scan

-- Multi-view pro-cam system

-- Endoscopic active scanning system

-- Underwater scanning system

I will also explain our recent challenges on using coded aperture on the projector to solve the narrow depth of field problem of projector based system.


He is a professor of Information and Biomedical Engineering at Kagoshima University, Japan. His current research focus is on a capturing technique of shape and texture of moving objects and analysis of 4D data. He received Ph.D. degree from University of Tokyo, Japan, in 2003 (Advising professors were Prof. Katsushi Ikeuchi and Prof. Masao Sakauchi). Prior to Kagoshima university, he has an experience working and researching at Saitama university, INRIA Rhone Alpes and Microsoft research Redmond. He has published over 150 reviewed papers including ICCV, CVPR, PAMI, IJCV and Eurographics in computer vision and graphics areas and won several outstanding awards including Songde Ma Prize (the best paper for ACCV) in 2007, the best paper on PSIVT in 2009, Nagao Prize (the best paper on MIRU) in 2011, yearly best paper award on IPSJ in 2013 and the best paper at Interaction 2015.



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