[visionlist] Call for Content for JPEG Pleno Point Cloud Coding
Stuart.Perry at uts.edu.au
Mon Feb 27 23:13:26 -04 2023
We would like to draw your attention to the "Call for Content for JPEG Pleno Point Cloud Coding", issued by ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 1 (JPEG), as part of its ongoing standardization effort known as JPEG Pleno.
The Call for Content can be obtained from https://ds.jpeg.org/documents/jpegpleno/wg1n100424-098-PCQ-Call_for_Content_for_JPEG_Pleno_Point_Cloud_Coding.pdf
This call addresses point cloud content to support the standardization of learning-based coding
technologies for static point clouds and associated attributes. In particular, this call seeks representative
datasets for the formation of training and test sets for learning-based point cloud coding technologies.
Datasets should be supplied with conditions allowing usage for standardization and dissemination.
The deadline for submission of contributions is 17th April 2023.
For further details on scope, submission route, or any other issues, please get in touch with the chairs of the AhG on JPEG Pleno Point Cloud
Stuart Perry (Stuart.Perry at uts.edu.au<mailto:Stuart.Perry at uts.edu.au>)
Luis Cruz (lcruz at deec.uc.pt<mailto:lcruz at deec.uc.pt>)
Stuart Perry and Luis Cruz
JPEG Pleno Point Cloud Co-Chairs
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