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B. Girod, M. Magnor, H.
-
P. Seidel (Eds.)


Vision

Modeling and

Visualization

2004


Proceedings

November 16
-
18, 2004

Stanford, USA



Cover #2:


VMV 2004



Cover #3:


B. Girod, M. Magnor, H.
-
P. Seidel (Eds.)


Vision, Modeling and Visual
ization 2004


Proceedings

November 16
-
18, 2004

Stanford, USA


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Druckereiinformationen



Seite i:


Preface


This year, the annual fall workshop on Vision, Modeling, and Visualization (VMV) is hosted at Stanford University
from Nov
ember 16
-
18, 2004.

VMV has grown out of a series of annual workshops in Europe at the intersection of
computer vision, computer graphics, geometric modeling, and image/video processing.


It is held outside of Europe for the first time. The workshop also m
arks the launch of the Max Planck Center for Visual
Computing and Communication between Stanford and the German Max Planck Society this year, which opens a new
chapter of transatlantic research collaboration in this area. Because of the financial support p
rovided by the Center,

we have been able to put together a program that consists of 1
5

invited

talks by leaders in the field, both from Europe
and North America, complemented by poster sessions for contributed papers.


We have received over 70 submissions
from which 5
1

were accepted for presentation at VMV 2004. Each submission
was reviewed by at least two members of the Technical Program Committee. The program is organized into 5 research
areas: Calibration, Registration, Tracking
,
Image and Video
-
based Mo
deling and Rendering
,
Simulation and
Rendering
,
Geometry Processing

and
Volume Data Processing and Scientific Visualization
.


We are very pleased to announce
fif
teen internationally renowned experts, which have accepted our invitation to
contribute to VMV
2004 as keynote speakers:




Avideh Zakhor, UC Berkeley, USA



Marc Pollefeys, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA



Marc Levoy, Stanford University, USA



Paul Debevec, USC Institute for Creative Technologies
, USA



Tom Malzbender, Hewlett
-
Packard Laboratories, USA



Leonidas J. Guibas, Stanford University, USA



Pietro Perona, California Institute of Technology, USA



Jitendra Malik, UC Berkeley, USA



Seth Teller, MIT, USA



Holly Rushmeier, Yale University
, U
SA



Roberto Scopigno,

ISTI
-
CNR, Italy



Eugene Fiume, U Toronto
, Canada



Brian A. Wandell, Stanford University, USA



Thomas Ertl, University of Stuttgart, Germany



Richard Szeliski, Microsoft Research, USA



The meeting has been o
rganized by the members of the C
omputer
G
raphics

Group at the Max
-
Planck
-
Institute in
Saarbrücken together with the members of Stanford

University
.

Marcus Magnor

assisted in organizing the reviewing
process and preparing the

technical program.
Oliver

Schall and Edilson de Aguiar

took ca
re of the proceedings.
Conny
Liegl was responsible for the conference website. F
inances were managed by
Joyce Farrell. The conference banquet at
the beautiful Cantor Arts Center wa
s

organized by Hendrik Lentsch. Marc Levoy helped to put together the remark
able
sequence of invited talks.
An infinite number of unpredictable details and problems were resolved by our conference
secretaries and proceedings people,
Kelly Yilmaz, Conny Liegl, Edilson de Aguiar and Oliver Schall
. Without the
continuous effort and t
he many hours involved, the workshop and this book would not have been
p
ossible.


Stanford, November 2004


B. Girod, M. Magnor, H.
-
P. Seidel



Seite ii:


General Chairs


Bernd Girod

Hans
-
Peter Seidel


Technical Program



Marcus Magnor


Invited Talks


Bern
d

Girod,

Hans
-
Peter Seidel

Marc Levoy


Publication


Edilson de Aguiar

Oliver Schall


Website


Conny Liegl


Publicity/Call for Papers


Christel Weins


Social Event


Hendrik Lensch


Finances


Joyce Farrell


Conference Secretary


Kelly Yilmaz


Seite iii:

T
echnical Program Committee:

Kostas Daniilidis

Bruce Draper

Roman Durikovic

David Ebert

Peter Eisert

Thomas Ertl

Günther Greiner

Eduard Gröller

Stefan Gumhold

Charles Hansen

Kai Hormann

Joachim Hornegger

Chris Johnson

Jan Kautz

Gordon Kindlmann

Leif Kobbelt

Reinhard Koch

Janusz Konrad

Roberto Manduchi

Bärbel Mertsching

Heinrich Müller

Heinrich Niemann

Dietrich Paulus

Mark Pauly

Hanspeter Pfister

Axel Pinz

Marc Pollefeys

Martin Rumpf

Gerhard Sagerer

Francis Schmitt

Roberto Scopigno

Peter
-
Pike Sloan

Philipp Sl
usallek

Oliver Staadt

Marc Stamminger

Eckehard Steinbach

Matthias Teschner

Jochen Triesch

Rüdiger Westermann

Jarke van Wijk

Bennett Wilburn

Chris Wyman

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frei

Seite v:

Contents

Invited Talk

1
:

Avideh Zakhor

3D modeling of static and dynamic scenes

…………………………………………

1


Invited Talk 2:

Marc Pollefeys

Visual 3D Modeling from Images

…………………………………………

3


Poster Session 1: Calibration, Registration, Tracking


Torsten Rohlfing, Joachim Denzler, Daniel Russakoff, Christoph Graessl,
Calvin Maurer
:

Markerless
Real
-
Time Target Region Tracking: Application to Frameless
Sterotactic

Radiosurgery ………………………………………… 5


Sanjit Jhala, Suresh Lodha
:

Stereo and Lidar
-
Based Pose Estimation with Uncertainty for 3D

Reconstruction …………………………………

13


Jochen Schmidt, Florian Vogt
, Heinrich Niemann
:

Vector Quantization Based Data Selection for Hand
-
Eye Calibration
…………………………………

21


Stefan Gehrig, Jens Klappstein, Uwe Franke
:

Active Stereo for Intersection Assistance …………………………………………

29


Narcis Pares, Anna Carreras, Miquel Soler
:

No
n
-
invasive attitude detection for full
-
body interaction in MEDIATE,

a multisensory interactive environment for children with autism
…………………………………………

37


Roland Brockers, Marcus Hund, Barbel Mertsching
:

A Fast Cost Relaxation Stereo Algorithm with Occlusion

Detection

for Mobile Robot Applications …………………………………………

47


Yannick Caulier, Klaus Spinnler
:

Calibration of 1D cameras
-

Determination of 3D reconstruction accuracy
…………………………………………

55


Nizam Anuar, Igor Guskov
:

Extracting Animated Meshes with Adaptive M
otion Estimation
…………………………………………

63


Geremy Heitz, Torsten Rohlfing, Calvin Maurer
:

Automatic Generation of Shape Models Using Nonrigid Registration with a

Single Segmented Template Mesh …………………………………………

73


Christoph Graessl, Timo Zinsser, Heinrich Niema
nn
:

A Probabilistic Model
-
based Template Matching Approach for Robust
Object Tracking in Real
-
Time …………………………………………

81


Hui Chen
:

Gradient
-
based Approach for Fine Registration of Panorama Images
…………………………………………

89


Invited Talk 3:
Marc Levoy

High
-
performa
nce imaging using dense camera arrays and projectors

…………………………………………

97


Invited Talk 4:
Paul Debevec

Digitizing the Parthenon: Estimating Surface Reflectance Properties of a Complex Scene under Captured Natural
Illumination

…………………………………………

99


Poster Se
ssion 2: Image and Video
-
based Modeling and Rendering


Ingo Bauermann, Eckehard Steinbach
:

Low
-
complexity Image
-
based 3D Gaming …………………………………………

101


Benjamin Deutsch, Ingo Scholz, Christoph Graessl, Heinrich Niemann
:

Extending Light Fields using Object T
racking Techniques
…………………………………………

109


Volker Scholz, Marcus Magnor
:

Cloth Motion from Optical Flow …………………………………………

117


Emric Epstein, Martin Granger
-
Piche, Pierre Poulin
:

Exploiting Mirrors in Interactive Reconstruction with Structured Light
………………………
…………………

125


Harlyn Baker, Donald Tanguay
:

Graphics
-
Accelerated Panoramic Mosaicking from a Video Camera Array
…………………………………………

133


Richard Roussel, Andre Gagalowicz
:

Realistic Face Reconstruction From Uncalibrated Images …………………………………………

141


Thomas Schi
wietz, Ruediger Westermann
:

GPU
-
PIV …………………………………………

151


Martin Granger
-
Piche, Emric Epstein, Pierre Poulin
:

Interactive Hierarchical Space Carving with Projector
-
based
Calibrations …………………………………………

159


Jan Meseth, Reinhard Klein
:

Memory Efficient Billbo
ard Clouds for BTF Textured Objects
…………………………………………

167


Peter Eisert, Yong Guo, Anke Riechers, Juergen Rurainsky
:

High
-
Resolution Interactive Panoramas with MPEG
-
4 …………………………………………

175


Invited Talk 5:
Tom Malzbender

Enhancement of Shape Perception by Su
rface Reflectance Transformation

…………………………………………

183


Invited Talk 6:
Leonidas J. Guibas

Local and Global Analysis for Point Cloud Data

…………………………………………

185


Invited Talk 7:
Pietro Perona

A taxonomy of visual recognition

…………………………………………

187


Invited Talk

8:

Jitendra Malik

Recognition and synthesis of human actions from video

…………………………………………

189



Poster Session
3
:
Simulation and Rendering


A. Zinke, G. Sobottka, A. Weber
:

Photo
-
Realistic Rendering of Blond Hair

…………………………………………

191


Nils Thuerey, Ulrich

Ruede:

Free Surface Lattice
-
Boltzmann fluid simulations with and

without level sets

…………………………………………

199


Veronica Sundstedt, Alan Chalmers, Kirsten Cater, Kurt Debattista
:

Top
-
Down Visual Attention for Efficient Rendering of Task Related
Scenes

………………………
…………………

209


Jens Krokowski, Harald Raecke, Christian Sohler, Matthias Westermann
:

Reducing State Changes with a Pipeline Buffer

…………………………………………

217


S. Kimmerle, M. Wacker, C. Holzer
:

Multilayered Wrinkle Textures from Strain

…………………………………………

225


Rosari
o De Chiara, Ugo Erra, Vittorio Scarano, Maurizio Tatafiore
:

Massive Simulation using GPU of a distributed behavioral model of

a flock with obstacle avoidance

…………………………………………

233


Nicolas Fritz, Philipp Lucas, Philipp Slusallek
:

CGiS, a new Language for D
ata
-
parallel GPU Programming

…………………………………………

241


Kirill Dmitriev, Hans
-
Peter Seidel
:

Progressive path tracing with lightweight local error estimation

…………………………………………

249


Manfred Ernst, Christian Vogelgsang, Guenther Greiner
:

Stack Implementation on Pro
grammable Graphics Hardware

…………………………………………

255


Martin Sunkel, Jan Kautz, Hans
-
Peter Seidel
:

Rendering and Simulation of Liquid Foams

…………………………………………

263


Marco Winter, Marc Stamminger
:

Depth
-
Buffer based Navigation

…………………………………………

271



Invited Talk 9
:
Seth Teller

Pervasive Multi
-
Sensor Egomotion Estimation for Direct Interaction and Unstructured Robotics

…………………………………………

279


Invited Talk 10:
Holly Rushmeier

Problems Revealed by Applications in Art History and Archaeology

…………………………………………

281



Poster

Session
4
:

Geometry Processing


Stefan Roettger, Stefan Guthe, Andreas Schieber, Thomas Ertl
:

Convexification of
Unstructured

Grids

…………………………………………

283


Stefan Gumhold
:

Hierarchical Shape
-
Adaptive Quantization for Geometry Compression

…………………………………………

2
93


Thomas Lewiner, Luiz Velho, Helio Lopes and Vinicius Mello
:

Simplicial Isosurface Compression

…………………………………………

299


S. Kimmerle, M. Nesme, F. Faure
:

Hierarchy Accelerated Stochastic Collision Detection

…………………………………………

307


Richard Keiser, Matthias Mue
ller, Bruno Heidelberger,

Matthias Teschner, Markus Gross
:

Contact Handling for Deformable Point
-
Based Objects

…………………………………………

315


Michael Guthe, Akos Balazs, Reinhard Klein
:

Real
-
time out
-
of
-
core trimmed NURBS rendering and editing

…………………………………………

323


Mirko Sattler, Ralf Sarlette, Gabriel Zachmann, Reinhard Klein
:

Hardware
-
accelerated ambient occlusion computation

…………………………………………

331


Bruno Heidelberger, Matthias Teschner, Richard Keiser, Matthias
Mueller, Markus Gross
:

Consistent penetration depth es
timation for deformable collision
response

…………………………………………

339


Rhaleb Zayer, Christian Roessel, Hans
-
Peter Seidel
:

Efficient Iterative Solvers for Angle Based Flattening

…………………………………………

347


Invited Talk 11:
Roberto Scopigno

3D Scanning: Improving comp
leteness, processing speed and visualization

………………………………………… 355


Invited Talk 12:
Eugene Fiume

Estimation of Indirect Physical Properties from Images

………………………………………… 357


Invited Talk 13:
Brian A. Wandell

Development and Plasticity in Visual Cortex

…………
……………………………… 359


Invited Talk 14:
Thomas Ertl

GPU
-
based Visualization: New Approaches and Advanced Algorithms

………………………………………… 361



Poster Session
5
:

V
olume Data Processing and Scientific Visualization


Balazs Csebfalvi, Jozsef Koloszar, Zsolt Tarjan

Ve
ctor Quantization for Feature
-
Preserving Volume Filtering

…………………………………………

363


Dorit Merhof, Peter Hastreiter, Grzegorz Soza, Marc Stamminger,

Christopher Nimsky

Non
-
linear Integration of DTI
-
based Fiber Tracts into Standard 3D MR
Data

…………………………………………

37
1


Soeren Grimm, Stefan Bruckner, Armin Kanitsar, Eduard Groeller

Flexible Direct Multi
-
Volume Rendering in Dynamic Scenes

…………………………………………

379


Thomas Klein, Thomas Ertl

Illustrating Magnetic Field Lines using a Discrete Particle Model

…………………………………………

38
7


Thomas Jansen, Bartosz von Rymon
-
Lipinski, Nils Hanssen, Erwin Keeve

Fourier Volume Rendering on the GPU Using a Split
-
Stream
-
FFT

…………………………………………

395


Itay Cohen, Dan Gordon

The Voxel
-
Sweep: A Boundary
-
based Algorithm for Object

Segmentation and
Connec
ted
-
Components Detection

…………………………………………

405


Xiaohong Bao, Renato Pajarola, Michael Shafae

SMART: An Efficient Technique for Massive Terrain Visualization

from Out
-
of
-
core

…………………………………………

413


Holger Theisel, Tino Weinkauf, Hans
-
Christian Hege, Hans
-
Pet
er Seidel

Grid
-
independent Detection of Closed Stream Lines in 2D Vector Fields

…………………………………………

421


Gerd Marmitt, Andreas Kleer, Ingo Wald, Heiko Friedrich, Philipp
Slusallek

Fast and Accurate Ray
-
Voxel Intersection Techniques

for Iso
-
Surface Ray
Tracing

…………………………………………

429


Michael Meissner, Klaus Engel

Pre
-
Integrated Non
-
Photorealistic Volume Rendering

…………………………………………

437



Invited Talk 1
5
:
Richard Szeliski


Video
-
Based Rendering

…………………………………………

447


Appendix

Color Plates

…………………………………………

449





Bac
k Cover


These proceedings include the contributions to the 9
th

International Workshop on Vision, Modeling and
Visualization held in November, 2004 in Stanford, USA.


The contributions cover the areas:




Calibration, Registration, Tracking



Image and Video
-
based Modeling and Rendering



Simulation and Rendering



Geometry Processing



Volume Data Processi
ng and Scientific Visualization


The workshop has been organized jointly by members of the
Computer Graphics Group at the Max
-
Planck
-
Institute in Saarbrücken
and by members of
Stanford

University
.

VMV 2004
marks the launch of the Max Planck
Center for Visual Computing and Communication between Stanford and the German Max Planck Society this year,
which opens a new chapter of transatlantic research collaboratio
n in this area.

Additionally, VMV 2004 has generously
been supported by the
Graduate Research Center
-

3D Image Analysis and Synthesis
,
Signal Processing Society IEEE
,
Sonderforschungsbereich 603
,
German Informatics Society GI

and the
Eurographics
-

Europ
ean Association for
Computer Graphics
.