3D Image Acquisition and Display: Technology, Perception and Applications

3D Image Acquisition and Display: Technology, Perception and Applications

25 - 28 July 2016
Kongresshaus Stadthalle Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany

3-D image acquisition and display technology have become critical for many applications, including virtual reality and augmented reality, medical and scientific visualization, defense, flight simulation and training, engineering design, and entertainment. This topical meeting aims to bring together researchers and engineers from a broad range of interdisciplinary fields to present their work in the science, technology, and applications of non-holographic 3D image collection and display technologies. This meeting will cover research areas related to the acquisition, display, and applications of (non-holographic) 3D information as well as the perception, human factors, and visual comfort of 3D information displays. Research related to scientific understanding of 3D information display and perception, technological innovation on 3D image acquisition or display methods, and task-specific design and applications of 3D acquisition or display technology is of particular interest. Application areas of interest include but not limited to virtual reality, augmented reality, biomedicine, microscopy, endoscopy, healthcare, autonomous vehicle, wearable displays, and entertainment.

Joint 3D and DH Keynote Speaker

Monday, 25 July 11:30

Advanced Photo Polymers for Fast Data Transmission and High Resolution 3D Data Display; Yasuhiro Koike, Keio UniversityJapan

Plenary Speakers

Monday, 25 July, 09:00 - 10:30

Trends, Advances and Prospects of Optical Imaging in Germany and Beyond, Michael Totzeck, Fellow, Corporate Research and Technology, Carl Zeiss AG, Germany

Coherent X-ray Imaging, Keith Nugent, Deputy vice-Chancellor (Research), La Trobe University, Australia

Fifty Years of Image Science, Chris Dainty, Professorial Research Associate, University College London, UK

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Hong Hua
University of Arizona
United States

Chair
Bahram Javidi
University of Connecticut
United States

Chair
Yasuhiro Takaki
Tokyo Univ of Agriculture and Technology
Japan

Chair

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Hong Hua, University of Arizona, United States, Wearable and Augmented Reality Displays, Tutorial

George Barbastathis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States, High-resolution Microscopy , Invited

Oliver Bimber, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, Towards a Transparent, Flexible, and Scalable Image Sensor, Invited

Dewen Cheng, Beijing Institute of Technology, China, To be determined, Invited

Oliver Cossairt, Northwestern University, Macroscopic Fourier Ptychography , Invited

Atanas Gotchev, Tampereen Teknillinen Yliopisto, Finland, To be determined, Invited

Ryoichi Horisaki, Osaka University, Japan, Single-Shot Quantitative Phase Imaging with Coded Diffraction , Invited

Yi-Pai Huang, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, Specular Reflection Reduction for Endoscopic Imaging Based on Liquid Crystal Lens , Invited

Toru Iwane, Nikon corporation, Japan, Light-field Display Combined with an Aerial Image Display Device, Aerial Imaging by Retro-Reflection (AIRR), Invited

Kiyoshi Kiyokawa, Osaka University, Japan, Redesigning Vision by Head Worn Displays, Invited

Gwangsoon Lee, Electronics and Telecom Research Inst, South Korea, Design of Portable LF Display Using Hexagonal Microlens Array , Invited

Xu Liu, Zhejiang University, China, Light Field 3D Display Based on Projection Technology, Invited

Gordon Love, University of Durham, United Kingdom, Assessing Visual Discomfort Using Dynamic Lens and Monovision Displays , Invited

Abhijit Mahalanobis, Lockheed Martin Corporation, United States, Pixel Resolution Improvement Using a Sliding Mask (PRISM) , Invited

Manuel Martinez-Corral, Universitat de Valencia, Spain, 3D Integral Microscopy with Improved Resolution and Depth of Field, Invited

Scott McEldowney, United States, Optics of Virtual Reality, Invited

Hooman Mohseni, Northwestern University, United States, High-Resolution Time of Flight 3D Imaging at Short Wave Infrared Spectral Region, Invited

Adrian Stern, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, Autostereoscopic 3D Display Analysis Methodology Using Perceivable Light Fields , Invited

Enrique Tajahuerce, Universitat Jaume I, Spain, 3D Imaging with Single Pixel Detectors , Invited

Hakan Urey, Koc Universitesi, Turkey, Wearable and Augmented Reality Displays , Invited

Laura Waller, University of California Berkeley, United States, Compressive Phase-space Imaging for 3D Neural Activity Tracking , Invited

Kenji Yamamoto, National Inst Information & Comm Tech, Japan, Super Multi-view Display and Transmission Toward Ultra-realistic Communication Systems, Invited

Zeev Zalevsky, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, Usage of iPhone for 3D and Through-walls Objects Mapping , Invited

Guoan Zheng, University of Connecticut, United States, Imaging Innovations for Wide-field, High-resolution Microscopy, Invited

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Congress Special Events

Special Events

The Keys to a Successful Career in Optics; Student & Young Professional Career Panel
Date: Monday, 25th July, 2016
Time: 12:30 - 14:00
Room: Ballsall

Are you passionate about science but uncertain about the opportunities after graduation? The OSA Foundation invites you to this OSA Members-only career panel for students and young professionals. Hosted by 2016 OSA Ambassadors Aline Dinkelaker and Bettina Heim, the panel will feature plenary speakers Chris Dainty, Keith Nugent and Michel Totzeck who will discuss career options, the current job market and new technologies to look out for that might be exciting to work with in the future with participants. Lunch is complimentary for RSVP’d attendees.
 
OSA Members can RSVP online. For questions, please contact yp@osa.org.

 
Welcome Reception Cruise
Date: Monday, 25th July, 2016
Boarding Time: 18:30



Join your colleagues on a cruise along the Neckar River and enjoy a very special view of Heidelberg and its sights, including the Old Bridge and Heidelberg Castle as the cruise makes it’s way up and down the River.  The main cruise is Heidelberg to Neckargemünd. 

Boarding: 18:30               Departure: 19:00             Return:  21:00 approx.

Fees: Full Technical - $20.00, Student Technical- $10.00 and Guest -$85.00
RSVP at time of registration is required for a ticket.  Ticket purchase is required.



OSA Holography and Diffractive Optics Technical Group Networking Event
Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Time:14:00 – 15:00
Room: Robert-Schumann-Zimmer

Join members of the Holography and Diffractive Optics Technical Group for a chance to learn more about this group while connecting with your peers and colleagues in the community. Yunlong Sheng, who serves as the technical group’s chair, and Pascal Picart, who serves as vice chair, will share their vision for the technical group and will seek your input on future activities and events.


OSA 100th Celebration: Light the Future with Joseph Izatt and Bernard Kress
Date: Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Time: 18:00 - 19:30
Room: Groẞer Saal

Follow us on Twitter at @OpticalSociety, #OSA100LTF

  
You're invited to celebrate OSA’S 100th Anniversary! OSA will be 100 years old in 2016 and we are planning a big celebration to commemorate this historic event. Our focus is on the extraordinary people who have advanced the field. OSA’s Imaging and Applied Optics Light The Future speaker series will feature Joseph Izatt, professor of Biophotonics, Duke University, Lighting up the Future of Medical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy and OSA Fellow Bernard Kress, Microsoft, USA, The Light Years Ahead: How Today's Promising Augmented and Virtual Reality Markets Help Shape New Optics Frontiers.  

Light the Future Reception will follow immediately after the session.


Illumicon: Round Table Discussion for Advanced 3D Displays
Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Time: 19:30 – 20:30
Room: Zum Guldenen Schaf (Hauptstraße 115, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany)
 
Join the OSA Display Technology Technical Group for Illumicon, an exclusive members-only event. Illumicon attendees will converge over drinks and appetizers on Wednesday, 27 July, to discuss emerging trends, technologies and opportunities in advanced 3D displays. Round table discussions will also seek input and ideas on how the Display

Technology Technical Group can engage the 3D community in the years ahead. Entrance will be granted to those able to provide the secret Illumicon event password; RSVP to tgactivities@osa.org to let us know you will be attending and to receive the event password.