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PRMU, CNR 2016-02-22
Fukuoka   Moving object detection for data measured in outdoor environments using depth and photometric consistency.
Atsushi Takabe, Hikari Takehara, Norihiko Kawai, Tomokazu Sato (NAIST), Satoru Nakanishi, Takashi Machida (TOYOTA Central R&D Labs.,Ink), Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2015-151 CNR2015-52
 [more] PRMU2015-151 CNR2015-52
PRMU, CNR 2016-02-22
Fukuoka   Development of an Indirect Augmented Reality System with Motion Parallax
Yuya Nishizaki, Tomokazu Sato (NAIST), Humio Okura (Osaka Univ.), Norihiko Kawai, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2015-152 CNR2015-53
In mobile Augmented Reality (AR) applications using a smartphone, the geometric registration to accurately place virtual... [more] PRMU2015-152 CNR2015-53
PRMU, CNR 2016-02-22
Fukuoka   Iteratively applying image inpainting with automatic detection of failure regions using a convolutional neural network
Takahiro Tanaka, Norihiko Kawai, Yuta Nakashima, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2015-160 CNR2015-61
Image inpainting is a method that fills in missing regions with plausible textures in an image to remove undesired objec... [more] PRMU2015-160 CNR2015-61
PRMU, BioX 2015-03-19
Kanagawa   View-dependent Texture Mapping-based Novel View Synthesis Considering Continuity in Texture Boundaries
Keita Katagiri, Yuta Nakashima, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) BioX2014-42 PRMU2014-162
Novel view synthesis (NVS) is a technique for synthesizing an image from an arbitrary viewpoint given by a user using mu... [more] BioX2014-42 PRMU2014-162
PRMU, BioX 2015-03-19
Kanagawa   A Driving Simulation System Based on Real Images Using Real-time Novel View Synthesis
Hiroya Matsumoto, Norihiko Kawai, Tomokazu Sato (NAIST), Takashi Machida (Toyota Central R&D Labs.), Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) BioX2014-54 PRMU2014-174
Driving-simulation systems have been commonly used for training beginner drivers. In common driving-simulation systems, ... [more] BioX2014-54 PRMU2014-174
PRMU, BioX 2015-03-20
Kanagawa   Distortion Compensation for Novel View Synthesis Based on Image Deformation Considering Linearity of Line Segments and Continuity of Textures
Wataru Sasamoto, Norihiko Kawai, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) BioX2014-79 PRMU2014-199
Novel view synthesis has recently attracted much attention because it can present users an image from an arbitrary viewp... [more] BioX2014-79 PRMU2014-199
PRMU, IPSJ-CVIM, MVE [detail] 2015-01-22
Nara   Video Summarization Based on Contents Similarity between User Specified-description and Video
Mayu Otani, Yuta Nakashima, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2014-95 MVE2014-57
Due to the wide spreading of camera devices, people record videos in everyday life, and such videos are sometimes shared... [more] PRMU2014-95 MVE2014-57
ITS, IE, ITE-AIT, ITE-HI, ITE-ME [detail] 2014-02-18
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Evaluation of Image Processing Algorithms on In-vehicle Camera System Using Free-viewpoint Image Rendering
Akitaka Oko, Tomokazu Sato, Hideyuki Kume (NAIST), Takashi Machida (TOYOTACHUKEN), Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) ITS2013-54 IE2013-119
Development of the algorithms for vehicle safety system, which support safety driving, takes long period
of time and hu... [more]
ITS2013-54 IE2013-119
ITS, IE, ITE-AIT, ITE-HI, ITE-ME [detail] 2014-02-17
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Single RGB-D video stream-based human motion reenactment
Fabian Lorenzo Dayrit, Yuta Nakashima, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST)
PRMU, CNR 2014-02-14
Fukuoka   AR Using Pre-captured Images Considering Illumination of Real Scene
Takayuki Akaguma, Fumio Okura, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2013-161 CNR2013-69
Recently, pre-captured AR systems have been proposed as a novel type of mobile AR. In the pre–captured AR, omnidir... [more] PRMU2013-161 CNR2013-69
PRMU, CNR 2014-02-14
Fukuoka   Recovering Missing Shapes and Textures by Fitting Primitives to Point Cloud
Satoshi Nakao, Norihiko Kawai, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2013-162 CNR2013-70
Recently, Augmented Reality (AR) or Virtual Reality (VR)-based applications that enable us to view virtualized real obje... [more] PRMU2013-162 CNR2013-70
(Joint) [detail]
Kyoto   Mobile Robot Control Interface Using Augmented Free-viewpoint Image Generation
Yuko Ueda, Fumio Okura, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2012-108 MVE2012-73
 [more] PRMU2012-108 MVE2012-73
(Joint) [detail]
Kyoto   Silhouette correction of virtualized real objects using view-dependent texture and geometry for augmented reality
Yusuke Uno, Yuta Nakashima, Norihiko Kawai, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2012-109 MVE2012-74
 [more] PRMU2012-109 MVE2012-74
MVE, HI-SIG-VR 2012-09-28
Hokkaido Two venues in Nemuro Displaying Spherical Aerial HDR Images for Telepresence System
Fumio Okura, Masayuki Kanbara, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) MVE2012-42
To display spherical high dynamic range (HDR) images in offline telepresence systems that provide users with sense of lo... [more] MVE2012-42
IE, MVE 2012-03-13
Toyama Toyama University Image Acquisition Support System Using Recommendation Degree Map for Telepresence with Image-based Rendering
Yoshiki Tanaka, Fumio Okura (NAIST), Maiya Hori (Tottori Univ.), Masayuki Kanbara, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) IE2011-166 MVE2011-128
This report describes an image acquisition support system for telepresence with image-based rendering (IBR). To provide ... [more] IE2011-166 MVE2011-128
ITS, IE, ITE-AIT, ITE-HI, ITE-ME [detail] 2012-02-20
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Marker Hiding Based on Image Inpainting Considering Shade and Shadow in Augmented Reality
Masayoshi Yamasaki, Norihiko Kawai, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST)
This report proposes a new method for diminished reality which removes a marker from image sequences and inpaints the ma... [more]
ITS, IE, ITE-AIT, ITE-HI, ITE-ME [detail] 2012-02-20
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Detection of 3D points on moving objects from point cloud data based on luminance variation for 3D modeling of outdoor environments
Tsunetake Kanatani (Hyogo Pref. Inst. of Tech./NAIST), Hideyuki Kume, Takafumi Taketomi, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) ITS2011-42 IE2011-118
A 3D modeling technique for an urban environment can be applied to several applications such as landscape simulation, na... [more] ITS2011-42 IE2011-118
PRMU, MVE, CQ, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2012-01-19
Osaka   Tone-Mapping for HDR Images Divided with Dimidiate Luminance and Spatial Distributions of Bright and Dark Regions
Masaki Kitaura, Fumio Okura, Masayuki Kanbara, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2011-165 MVE2011-74
This report proposes a novel tone mapping method focusing on an HDR image with dimidiated luminance and spatial distribu... [more] PRMU2011-165 MVE2011-74
PRMU, MVE, CQ, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2012-01-20
Osaka   Aerial HDR Imaging of Full Spherical Views without Missing Areas Using Two Omnidirectional Cameras
Fumio Okura, Masayuki Kanbara, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2011-171 MVE2011-80
This paper describes a method for acquiring spherical images without missing areas using two omnidirectional cameras mou... [more] PRMU2011-171 MVE2011-80
PRMU 2011-03-10
Ibaraki   Viewpoint varying video textures preserving temporal and spatial continuity of moving objects
Yutaka Babaguchi, Hideyuki Kume, Tomokazu Sato, Naokazu Yokoya (NAIST) PRMU2010-262
This report presents a method for generating viewpoint-varying video textures using asynchronous video sequences taken f... [more] PRMU2010-262
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