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

26 - 29 June 2017
Hyatt Regency San Francisco, San Francisco, California United States

Invited Speakers

Nikhil Balram, Ricoh Innovations, Light Field Imaging and Display Systems , Tutorial

Martin Banks, Martin Banks, United States, Why is Understanding Perception Important for Virtual and Augmented Reality? , Tutorial

Martin Banks, Martin Banks, United States, ChromaBlur: Rendering Chromatic Eye Aberration Improves Accommodation and Realism in HMDs , Invited

V. Michael Bove, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States, Enhancing and Enchanting Reality through 3D Displays, Invited

Stephen Ellis, NASA Ames Research Center, United States, Using Virtual Environments (aka VR) to Understand Human Reaching When Disturbed by Sensorimotor Misalignments, Invited

Francisco Imai, Apple Inc., Challenges and Solutions in 3D Object Capture: High-precision Multi-view Camera Calibration Using a Rotating Stage; and 3D Reconstruction of Mirror-like Objects Using Efficient Ray Coding, Invited

Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of Technology, China, Compact Monocular 3D Near-eye Display , Invited

David Luebke, NVIDIA Corporation, Computational Displays for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Applications , Invited

Joseph Rosen, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, 3D Image Acquisition by Incoherent Digital Holography, Invited

Marie Shoda, Nikon.Co., Japan, Pros and Cons of Light Field Display on Human Vision: Eye Strain and Object Recognition, Invited

Adrian Stern, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, Compressive Hyperspectral Integral Imaging, Invited

Yusufu Sulai, Oculus, Optics and Perception in Virtual Reality , Invited

Ed Swan, Mississippi State University, United States, How Do We Measure Depth Perception in Near-field Augmented Reality Inspired by Medical Applications , Invited

Yuzuru Takashima, The University of Arizona, United States, Imaging LIDAR, Invited

Hakan Urey, Koc Universitesi, Turkey, Wearable AR displays, Invited

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