Catching the Eye

Monday, 22 July 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Session Chair: Craig Barnes, Navteq

Near-Eye Light Field Displays

Near-eye light field displays depict sharp images by synthesizing light fields corresponding to virtual scenes located within a viewer's natural accommodation range. We optimize optical trade-offs between resolution, field of view, and form factor and demonstrate a thin, lightweight HMD prototype, containing a pair of microlens-covered OLEDs.

Douglas Lanman
NVIDIA Research

David Luebke
NVIDIA Research

Survey and Evaluation of Tone-Mapping Operators for HDR Video

A survey and user evaluation of tone-mapping operators for HDR video that classify the operators based on their intent and evaluate them using high-quality HDR-video sequences.

Gabriel Eilertsen
Linköpings universitet

Jonas Unger
Linköpings universitet

Robert Wanat
Bangor University

Rafal Mantiuk
Bangor University

Coded-Exposure HDR Light-Field Video Recording

Capturing exposure sequences for computing HDR images is prone to motion blur, which also affects HDR light-field recording. This talk introduces a method that reduces motion blur and leads to shorter recording interval. Four exposures were encoded at varying camera perspectives, and long exposure recordings were deblurred by tracking features in low-exposure recordings.

David Schedl
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

Clemens Birklbauer
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

Oliver Bimber
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

On-Set Depth Capturing for VFX Productions Using Time of Flight

This talk presents a use case of a time of flight assisted method, which decisively improves the quality in the estimation of depth maps under real live conditions on a film set.

Simon Spielmann
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg

Volker Helzle
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg

Rahul Nair
Heidelberg University