Papers presented at the 2004 IEEE Workshop on

Real-Time Vision for Human-Computer Interaction (RTV4HCI)

Held on July 2, 2004, in conjunction with IEEE CVPR 2004, in Washington, D.C.

 

Introduction from the organizers


Eric Petajan
Keynote Speaker: Eric Petajan, Chief Scientist and Founder, face2face animation, inc.
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Sharat Chandran
Sharat Chandran presented
Real-Time Detection and Understanding of Isolated Protruded Fingers
by Sharat Chandran and Abhineet Sawa
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Rogerio Feris presented
Exploiting Depth Discontinuities for Vision-Based Fingerspelling Recognition
by Rogerio Feris, Matthew Turk, Ramesh Raskar, Karhan Tan, and Gosuke Ohashi
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Mathias Kölsch
Mathias Kölsch presented
Fast 2D Hand Tracking with Flocks of Features and Multi-Cue Integration
by Mathias Kölsch and Matthew Turk
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Dennis Lin
Dennis Lin presented
Static Hand Gesture Recognition based on Local Orientation Histogram Feature Distribution Model
by Hanning Zhou, Dennis J. Lin, and Thomas S. Huang
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Steven Seitz Jiwon Kim
Invited Speakers: Steven Seitz and Jiwon Kim presented
The Office of the Past: Document Discovery and Tracking from Video
by Jiwon Kim, Steven M. Seitz, and Maneesh Agrawala
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Guangqi Ye
Guangqi Ye presented
Gesture Recognition Using 3D Appearance and Motion Features
by Guangqi Ye, Jason J. Corso, and Gregory D. Hager
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Franck Davoine
Franck Davoine presented
Head and Facial Animation Tracking using Appearance-Adaptive Models and Particle Filters
by Fadi Dornaika and Franck Davoine
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Margrit Betke
Margrit Betke presented
EyeKeys: A Real-time Vision Interface Based on Gaze Detection from a Low-grade Video Camera
by John J. Magee, Matthew R. Scott, Benjamin N. Waber, and Margrit Betke
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Artur M. Arsenio
Artur M. Arsenio presented
Map Building from Human-Computer Interactions
by Artur M. Arsenio
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Rana El Kaliouby
Rana El Kaliouby presented
Real-Time Inference of Complex Mental States from Facial Expressions and Head Gestures
by Rana El Kaliouby and Peter Robinson
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Kenneth Kwan
Kenneth Kwan presented
Epipolar Constrained User Pushbutton Selection in Projected Interfaces
by Amit Kale, Kenneth Kwan, and Christopher Jaynes
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The audience
The audience

... the Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award: Mathias Kölsch and Matthew Turk

Matthew Turk
Discussion Moderator: Matthew Turk

Branislav Kisacanin Vladimir Pavlovic Thomas S. Huang
Organizers: Branislav Kisacanin, Vladimir Pavlovic, and Thomas S. Huang

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