Demo Schedule


Structured  Light 3D Scanning in the Presence of Global Illumination Mohit Gupta(Columbia Univ), Amit Agrawal (MERL), Ashok Veeraraghavan(MERL), Srinivase G.  Narasimhan(CMU)
Real Time Head Pose Estimation From Consumer Depth Cameras Gabriele Fanelli (ETHZ), Thibaut Weise(EPFL),Juergen Gall (ETHZ), L.uc Van Gool(ETHZ)
iOS Visipedia App for Bird Species Classification Grant Van Horn, Steve Branson, Catherine Wah, Serge Belongie (UCSD)
Sketch based Interactive Scene Composition using Internet Images Kun Xu, Tao Chen, Ming-Ming Cheng, Fang-Lue Zhang, Li-Qian Ma, Shi-Min Hu (Tsinghua Univ)
Blind Deconvolution using a Normalized Sparsity Measure Dilip Krishnan, Terence Tay, Rob Fergus
Querying and mining people trajectories and visual appearances for forensic application  Simone Calderara, Rita Cucchiara (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)


MindFinder: A Sketch-based Image Search Engine based on Edgel Index Changhu  Wang ( Microsoft Research Asia), Yang Cao (MOE-Microsoft Key Laboratory for Intelligent Computing and Intelligent Systems), Shanghai Jiao (Tong University), Lei Zhang (Microsoft Research Asia)
Real-time stereo vision system for on-road obstacle detection Soon Kwon, Jonghwan Kim, Heechul Jung, Young-chul Lim, Chung-Hee Lee ( Daegu-Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)
Wide-angle Micro Sensors for Vision on a Tight Budget Sanjeev Koppal, Ioannis Gkioulekas, Geoffrey Barrows, Todd Zickler (Harvard University)
Coded Aperture Videography Manuel Martinello, Paolo Favaro (Heriot-Watt University)
Photometric Stereo via Smartphone/Computer Screen Lighting for 3D Reconstruction Grant Schindler (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Relevance Feedback as an Intreractive Navigation Tool for Artistic Image Collections Constantino Grana, Daniele Borghesani, Rita Cucchiara (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)


Family Relationship Classification in Photos

Ruogu Fang, Sherman Ng, Jane Tsai, Johnny Lai, Noah Snavely, Tsuhan Chen (Cornell University)

Fusing RFIDs and cameras for detecting intruders Michele Fornaciari, Andrea  Prati, Rita Cucchiara (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)
Biologically-inspired Stereo Vision for Fall Detection Ahmed Nabil Belbachir, Stephan Schraml, Aneta Nowakowska, C.hristoph Sulzbachner, Georg Wiesmann, Martin Humenberger (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology)
Capturing Time of Flight Data with Confidence Malcolm Reynolds (UCL), Jozef Dobos (UCL), Leto Peel (BAE Systems), Tim Weyrich (UCL), Gabriel Brostow (UCL)

CVPR 2011 will host demonstrations. The purpose of demos is to give researchers the opportunity to showcase live demonstrations of their contributions. The demonstrations need not be limited only to papers that have been presented at CVPR 2011. The organizing committee encourages researchers to demonstrate the effectiveness of methods described in papers presented in the past conferences and in other venues, so long as they fall within the broad context of CVPR.


Prospective demo participants should fill out and submit the demo application.    All demo presenters must be registered for the conference. The conference reserves the right to select demonstrations based on the degree of appropriateness for CVPR.


The deadline for demo applications will be May 6, 2011 11:59pm MST

For further information about demos please contact cvpr11 xatx