Posters are 2.4m x 1.0m, and please set up your posters in the morning
before talks begin. Talks are 30 minutes in length, including 5
minutes for questions.
OMNIVIS `05 is the 6th workshop on omnidirectional vision and related
research areas. The aim of OMNIVIS `05 is to bring together
researchers interested in the problems associated with distributed networks of cameras as
well as omnidirectional or non-traditional cameras.
These are important problems in vision, robotics, security, and
tele-presence. Contributions are sought on new and original
research and/or applications, including novel sensor design and the
design of scalable algorithms for large camera networks. All
papers will be subject to a double-blind review process which will be
carried out by a Program Committee of leading international
researchers. The OMNIVIS `05 Workshop continues a series of workshops
on omnidirectional vision, started in 2000 in conjunction with CVPR,
followed most recently by the OMNIVIS `04
held in conjunction with ECCV `04 (see history below).
Important dates (tentative dates)
|Notification of acceptance:
||Aug. 12, 2005
||Sept. 2, 2005
||Oct. 21, 2005
Marc Pollefeys, Xianghua
- Joao Barreto, University of Coimbra, Portugal.
- Patrick Baker, US Naval Research Laboratory, USA.
- Kostas Daniilidis, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
- Atsushi Imiya, Chiba University, Japan.
- Sing Bing Kang, Microsoft Research, USA.
- Shree Nayar, Columbia University, USA.
- David Nister, University of Kentucky, USA.
- Tomáš Pajdla, Czech Technical University, Czech Republic.
- Shmuel Peleg, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
- Robert Pless, University of Washington, St. Louis, USA.
- Richard Radke, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, USA.
- Ralf Reulke, Humboldt University, Germany.
- Peter Sturm, INRIA Rhône-Alpes, France.
- Chris Stauffer, MIT, USA.
- Tomáš Svoboda, Czech Technical University, Prague.
- Rahul Swaminathan, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
- Seth Teller, MIT, USA.
- Yasushi Yagi, Osaka University, Japan.
History of OMNIVIS
held in conjunction with ECCV 2004 (proceedings)
with CVPR 2003 (proceedings)
3rd OMNIVIS with ECCV 2002 (proceedings)
2nd OMNIVIS with ISAR
with CVPR 2000 (proceedings)
Last update: 1st December 2004, Christopher Geyer