8th IEEE International Workshop on Projector–Camera Systems


Systems that utilize controllable lighting systems with light sensing devices facilitate a wide range of applications. Examples include 3D scanning, flexible display walls, novel display interaction, reflectance field capture, optical communication, and artistic creations. While the term "projector-camera system" is used, such systems encompass any approach that employs a controllable light-source, ranging from LEDs to an array of light projectors, with any light sensing device, ranging from a simple photo-sensor to an array of high-resolution wide-field-of-view cameras.

Best Paper Awards

Best paper:
Prototyping a Light Field Display Involving Direct Observation of a Video Projector Array
Joel Jurik, Andrew Jones, Mark Bolas and Paul Debevec

Best paper honorable mention:
μNect: On Using a Gaming RGBD Camera in Micro-Metrology Applications
Matthias Rüther, Martin Lenz and Horst Bischof

The PDF file for the following paper is broken on the conference thumb drive. A working copy can be dowloaded here:
View-Dependent 3D Projection Using Depth-Image-based Head Tracking [pdf]
Jens Garstka and Gabriele Peters

The PROCAMS workshop series serves as an annual gathering place for researchers and practitioners who design, build and use projector-camera systems for a wide variety of applications and purposes. The workshop solicits papers and demo submissions on all topics relating to projector-camera systems.

YearColocated withLocation YearColocated withLocation
2011CVPR 2011Colorado Springs 2007CVPR 2008Minneapolis
2010CVPR 2010San Francisco 2006CVPR 2007New York
2009CVPR 2009Miami2005CVPR 2005San Diego
2008Siggraph 2008Los Angeles 2003ICCVNice

Paper Submission deadline: Friday April 1, 2011 (23:59 PST)
Paper Reviews due: April 22, 2011
Paper Acceptance notification: April 25, 2011
Final Manuscripts: May 1, 2011 (23:59 PST)
Workshop Date: June 24, 2011

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