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Press Release on Carnegie Mellon News

Press Release on Carnegie Mellon News

| August 21, 2012

Our joint research project with Iain Matthews at Disney Research Pittsburgh and Yaser Sheikh and Tomas Simon at Carnegie Mellon University is covered by Carnegie Mellon News. To quote from the press release: Computer graphic artists who produce computer-animated movies and games spend much time creating subtle movements such as expressions on faces, gesticulations on […]

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Bilinear Spatiotemporal Basis Models – Project Page

Bilinear Spatiotemporal Basis Models – Project Page

| August 16, 2012

Ijaz Akhter, Tomas Simon, Sohaib Khan, Iain Matthews, Yaser Sheikh Abstract A variety of dynamic objects, such as faces, bodies, and cloth, are represented in computer graphics as a collection of moving spatial landmarks. Spatiotemporal data is inherent in a number of graphics applications including animation, simulation, and object and camera tracking. The principal modes […]

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ToG 2012 – Bilinear Spatiotemporal Basis Models

ToG 2012 – Bilinear Spatiotemporal Basis Models

| April 10, 2012

Our paper in ACM Transactions on Graphics April 2012 presents a fundamentally new way to model time-varying point clouds, that dramatically reduces processing times for common graphics pipeline tasks such as labeling, gap-filling, denoising, and motion touch-up. This is joint work with Carnegie Mellon University and Disney Research Pittsburgh, and has been presented at Siggraph 2012.

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