[visionlist] [Meeting][UK] BMVA Technical Meeting: 3D worlds from 2D images in humans and machines

Schofield, Andrew a.schofield at aston.ac.uk
Thu Oct 31 06:37:01 -04 2019

BMVA Technical Meeting: 3D worlds from 2D images in humans and machines

When humans view a photograph they perceive the 3D world that constructed the image. They can, for example, describe the depth relationships between objects, plan a route through the scene and imagine the scene from a different viewpoint. This process is automatic and compulsive. For example, even though humans possess size constancy they will readily misinterpret the size of a person in order to make sense of the rest of the scene as a 3D world. State of the art computer vision systems are now also very good at reconstructing 3D layout from 2D images (3D uplift) although, unlike humans, this is often restricted to specific domains or requires multiple views. This workshop will consider recent developments in 3D uplift as well as our current knowledge of scene understanding in human vision.

Abstracts are now being accepted for the above meeting which will be held in London on Wed 29th January.
Abstracts can be submitted here: https://forms.gle/Fs4fyV84H4CysMKY9

Best wishes
Andrew Schofield

Dr Andrew Schofield
Reader in Psychology

Life and Health Sciences
Birmingham, B4 7ET, UK
0121 204 3313
a.schofield at aston.ac.uk<mailto:a.schofield at aston.ac.uk>

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