SIGGRAPH 2007 Papers Program Reveals Innovative Research RRS feed

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  • A record 108 papers on the most innovative research in computer graphics and interactive techniques will be presented at ACM's SIGGRAPH 2007. Modeling, animation, rendering, and imaging, as well as related subjects such as visualization, computer vision, human-computer interaction, and applications of computer graphics will be the focus of the papers. "The SIGGRAPH Papers review process, with its unique blend of internal and external reviewers, its long and detailed reviews, and its large face-to-face committee meeting, is recognized as being one of the fairest and most thorough peer review systems in computer science," says Marc Levoy, SIGGRAPH 2007 Papers Chair from Stanford University, about the task of assessing 455 international submissions. Select highlights of the SIGGRAPH 2007 Papers Program include Image Deblurring with Blurred/Noisy Image Pairs by researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Microsoft Research Asia; Scene Completion Using Millions of Photographs by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University; Active Refocusing of Images and Videos by researchers at CVLAB, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne and Columbia University; and Interactive Cutaway Illustrations of Complex 3D Models by researchers at the University of Washington and the University of California, Berkeley. Researchers will have 20 minutes to present their papers, which will be followed by five minutes of discussion led by the session chair. SIGGRAPH 2007 is scheduled for August 5-9, 2007, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, Calif. [For more information about SIGGRAPH 2007
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