Colourlab Workshop #4/2016: Computer Vision – seeing beyond colour

The fourth Colourlab Workshop of 2016 takes place at NTNU in Gjøvik (A153) between 10:00 and 14:00 on Tuesday June 14th. The topic is "Computer Vision – seeing beyond colour".  This time we do not only go beyond colour in the spectral sense, as we often do, but also towards BRDF and appearance in the first part, and towards understanding what’s going on in the scene (specifically recognizing human emotions) in the second part. I hope to see many of you!

Here’s the programme:

10:00-10:30: “Low Cost BRDF and SVBRDF Acquisition Setups,” Guiseppe Claudio Guarnera (Univ. Loughborough, UK)

10:30-10:50: “Virtual Material Representation: Taxonomy of the Reflectance Functions,“ Guiseppe Claudio Guarnera (Univ. Loughborough, UK)

10:50-11:10: “Virtual Material Appearance Across Different Renderers,” Dar'ya Guarnera (Univ. Loughborough, UK)

11:10-11:30: “Spectral Filter Array sensors: an overview,” Jean-Baptiste Thomas (Univ. Bourgogne, France)

Discussion and Lunch

12:30-13:00: "Facial affect analysis: bridging the gap between human vision and computer vision,” Riswan Ahmed Khan (Univ. Lyon 1, France)

13:00-13:30: “3-D Image-Based Facial Expression Analysis Using Depth Camera,” (SKYPE) Md Zia Uddin (Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea)

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