Conference 5–9 August 2012
Exhibition 7–9 August 2012
Los Angeles Convention Center

Capture the World

Capture the World

Wednesday, 8 August 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center, Room 502AB
Session Chair: Mike Bailey, Oregon State University

KinÊtre: Animating the World With the Human Body

KinÊtre lets people bring the world around them to life. With this system, anyone can interactively scan and "possess" inanimate objects. Possessed objects realistically follow users' movements as they walk, jump, and twist. KinÊtre makes animation a fun and playful experience for all.

Jiawen Chen
Microsoft Research Cambridge

Shahram Izadi
Microsoft Research Cambridge

Andrew Fitzgibbon
Microsoft Research Cambridge

Computational Retinal Imaging via Binocular Coupling and Indirect Illumination

A self-directed interactive device that captures and visualizes retinal images. This portable solution simplifies constraints on traditional devices that need to provide sufficient illumination and need precise alignment of focusing optics and illumination with the human eye.

Everett Lawson
MIT Media Lab

Jason Boggess
MIT Media Lab

Siddharth Khullar
Rochester Institute of Technology

Alex Olwal
MIT Media Lab

Gordon Wetzstein
MIT Media Lab

Ramesh Raskar
MIT Media Lab

Relativistic Ultrafast Rendering Using Time-Resolved Imaging

Repurposing a streak sensor and femtosecond laser source to capture three-dimensional movies of table-top scenes with a time resolution of five picoseconds.

Andreas Velten
University of Wisconsin

Di Wu
Tsinghua University

Adrian Jarabo
Universidad de Zaragoza

Belen Masia
Universidad de Zaragoza

Christopher Barsi
MIT Media Lab

Everett Lawson
MIT Media Lab

Chinmaya Joshi
MIT Media Lab

Diego Gutierrez
Universidad de Zaragoza

Moungi Bawendi
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ramesh Raskar
MIT Media Lab

Compressive Light-Field Photography

Full-resolution light-field acquisition using sparse coding of light fields.

Kshitij Marwah
MIT Media Lab

Gordon Wetzstein
MIT Media Lab

Ashok Veeraraghavan
Rice University

Ramesh Raskar
MIT Media Lab