Program Details

ACCEPTED PEER-REVIEWED PAPERS

Paper Session: Augmented and Virtual Reality

  • XR Collaboration Architecture based on Decentralized Web – Seungyeon Huh (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), Shapna Muralidharan (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), Heedong Ko (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) and Byounghyun Yoo (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)
  • A Collaborative Virtual Reality System (VRS) with X3D Visualization for RAPID – Valerio Mascolino (Virginia Tech);Alireza Haghighat (Virginia Tech);Nicholas Polys (Virginia Tech);Nathan J. Roskoff (Holtec International);Srijith Rajamohan (Virginia Tech)
  • Enhancing the AR Experience with Machine Learning Services – Michael Englert (Fulda, University of Applied Sciences), Marcel Klomann (Fulda University of Applied Sciences), Kai Weber (Fulda, University of Applied Sciences), Paul Grimm (HS Fulda) and Yvonne Jung (Hochschule Fulda)
  • alibDB: web based computer vision for everyone – Pavel Rojtberg (Fraunhofer) and Felix Gorschlüter (Fraunhofer)
  •  Practical Approach to Integrating Live 2D Web Content with the Immersive Web – Gheric Speiginer (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Blair Macintyre (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Paper session: Point Clouds & Sensors

  • 3D Point Cloud Compression: A Survey Chao Cao (Telecom SudParis(Institut MinesTélécom)), Marius Preda (Telecom SudParis(Institut MinesTélécom)) and Titus Zaharia (Telecom SudParis(Institut MinesTélécom))
  • Web-enabled Intelligent System for Continuous Sensor Data Processing and Visualization Felix Hamza-Lup (Georgia Southern University), Ionut Iacob (Georgia Southern University) and Sushmita Khan (Georgia Southern University)
  • Classification of Indoor Point Clouds Using Multiviews Vladeta Stojanovic (Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam), Matthias Trapp (Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam), Juergen Doellner (Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam) and Rico Richter (Hasso Plattner Institute)
  • Web-based Video-Assisted Point Cloud Annotation for ADAS Validation Andoni Mujika (Vicomtech), Ana Dominguez Fanlo (Vicomtech), Iñigo Tamayo (Vicomtech), Orti Senderos (Vicomtech), Javier Barandiaran (Vicomtech), Nerea Aranjuelo (Vicomtech), Marcos Nieto (Vicomtech) and Oihana Otaegui (Vicomtech)


Paper Session: Ecosystem advances

  • Project Geollery.com: Reconstructing A Live Mirrored World With Geotagged Social Media – Ruofei Du (University of Maryland), David Li (University of Maryland) and Amitabh Varshney (University of Maryland)
    An Online Collaborative Ecosystem for Educational Computer Graphics – Garett D. Ridge (University of California);Demetri Terzopoulos (University of California)
  • Progressive ray-casting volume rendering with WebGL for visual assessment of air void distribution in quality control – Ander Arbelaiz (Vicomtech), Aitor Moreno (Vicomtech), Iñigo Barandiaran (Vicomtech) and Alejandro García-Alonso (University of the Basque Country)
  • Rectangular Selection of Components in Large 3D Models on the Web – Sebastian Friston (University College London), Jozef Dobos (3D Repo), Charence Wong (3D Repo), Carmen Fan (3D Repo), Santiago Montero (3D Repo) and Anthony Steed (University College London)

 Poster Session

  • 3D Modeling and Animation for Human Respiratory Organ – Eath Manith (Chungbuk National University); Sokchomrern Ean (Chungbuk National University); Kwan-Hee Yoo (Chungbuk National University)
  • Web-based delivery and volume visualization of 30TB of high resolution tomography data – Michael Hofmann (Bonn University)
  • The Visual Guidance Technology of Synchronizing Camera Animation and 360-degree CVR for Science Education – Zhang Yanxiang (University of Science and Technology of China) and Ying Li (University of Science and Technology of China)
  • Semantic Interior Mapology: A Toolbox For Indoor Scene Description From Architectural Floor Plans – Viet Trinh (University of California, Santa Cruz) and Roberto Manduchi (University of California, Santa Cruz)
  • Development of mobile augmented-reality and virtual-reality simulated training systems – Yu-Lien Chang (National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism) and Chia-Ling Tien (Lunghwa University of Science and Technology)

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IMPORTANT DATES

Conference dates: July 27-28, 2019

Web3D Community & Working Group Meetings: July 26

 

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