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SIBGRAPI
2008
IEEE
14 years 1 months ago
Synchronizing Video Cameras with Non-overlapping Fields of View
This paper describes a method to estimate the temporal alignment between N unsynchronized video sequences captured by cameras with non-overlapping fields of view. The sequences a...
Darlan N. Brito, Flávio L. C. Pádua,...
CVPR
2010
IEEE
1182views Computer Vision» more  CVPR 2010»
14 years 3 months ago
Real Time Motion Capture using a Single Time-Of-Flight Camera
Markerless tracking of human pose is a hard yet relevant problem. In this paper, we derive an efficient filtering algorithm for tracking human pose at 4-10 frames per second using...
Varun Ganapathi, Christian Plagemann, Sebastian Th...
MIRAGE
2009
Springer
14 years 1 months ago
Tracking Human Motion with Multiple Cameras Using an Articulated Model
This paper presents a markerless motion capture pipeline based on volumetric reconstruction, skeletonization and articulated ICP with hard constraints. The skeletonization produces...
Davide Moschini, Andrea Fusiello
ICCV
2011
IEEE
11 years 11 months ago
Action Recognition in Videos Acquired by a Moving Camera Using Motion Decomposition of Lagrangian Particle Trajectories
Recognition of human actions in a video acquired by a moving camera typically requires standard preprocessing steps such as motion compensation, moving object detection and object ...
Shandong Wu, Omar Oreifej, and Mubarak Shah
3DPVT
2004
IEEE
155views Visualization» more  3DPVT 2004»
13 years 11 months ago
Markerless Human Motion Transfer
In this paper we develop a computer vision-based system to transfer human motion from one subject to another. Our system uses a network of eight calibrated and synchronized camera...
German K. M. Cheung, Simon Baker, Jessica K. Hodgi...