TAG: 3D Modelling
ACVT has been awarded a 3 year ARC Linkage Grant valued at $475,000. Bayer CropScience is the industry partner on the grant. The CIs are Prof. Anton van den Hengel and Prof. Mark Tester of the Plant Accelerator based at the University of Adelaide’s Waite Campus. Meeting the food requirements of a growing world population […]
Prof van den Hengel will give a seminar at Microsoft Research in Beijing in July titled “3D User-Created Content”. The talk describes much of the recent ACVT work in trying to make the generation of 3D content more accessible. The abstract is The technology to capture and visualise 3D content was invented before the aeroplane, […]
Profs David Suter and Anton van den Hengel were both awarded ARC Discovery Grants to begin in 2011. They are: Computer vision from a multistructural analysis framework, Prof D. Suter. Computer vision has applications in a wide variety of areas: security (video surveillance), entertainment (special effects), health care (medical imaging), and economy (improved automation and […]
ACVT has been awarded a 3 year ARC Discovery Grant valued at $240,000. The CIs are Prof. Anton van den Hengel in collaboration with Dr Philip Torr of Oxford-Brookes University and Dr Simon Lucey of CSIRO. Automated image interpretation has been one of the landmark goals of Artificial Intelligence since its inception. It is only […]
The paper Real-time Modelling for AR Applications won second prize in the best paper awards at the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality 2010 in Seoul, Korea. The paper describes a method for generating 3D models of objects which requires minimal user interaction. The motivation was the desire to allow users to create special […]
Well actually Anton van den Hengel gave a talk at the Max Planck Center for Visual Computing and Communication in Saarbreuken (Germany) about 3D User-Created Content (3DUCC). Anton was in Saarbrueken visiting the Computer Graphics Department of Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik there, and particularly the group of Dr. Thorsten Thormaehlen. Thorsten was instrumental in the development of Videotrace […]
Videotrace and Punchcard, the company commercialising it won the Research and Development category of this year’s South Australian iAwards. The iAwards are Australia’s premier technology innovation awards program. TheAustralian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has hosted the awards for 16 years, with this year’s awards sponsored by Fujitsu, KPMG, IBM, and Microsoft, amongst others.
Punchard, the company commercialising Videotrace, has been selected as one of the 23 ICT companies to participate in this year’s Tech23 event. Tech23 is run by Slattery IT, and offers 23 of Australia’s most innovative companies a five-minute time-slot to show off their business model to an audience of 400+ potential investors, mentors, entrepreneurs and customers.
ACVT has been awarded a 3 year ARC Linkage Grant valued at $282,217. The industry partner on the grant is Canon Information Systems Research Australia. CiSRA is the Australian R&D Centre for Canon Inc., a world leader in professional business and consumer imaging equipment and information systems. The CIs on the project are Prof. Anton van […]
ACVT has been awarded a 3 year ARC Linkage Project valued at $300,000. Sydac, a leading Australian Simulation company is the industry partner. The CIs on the project are Prof. Anton van den Hengel and Dr Anthony Dick. 3D content creation represents one of the most labour intensive stages of the process of constructing virtual […]