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Giovedì, 11 Settembre 2014 15:09

Conferenza Internazionale sulla Realtà Aumentata e Virtuale: ecco il Programma

Dal 17 a 20 Settembre 2014 a Lecce si terrà la Prima Conferenza Internazionale sulla Realtà Aumentata e Virtuale (SALENTO AVR 2014). L'evento riunirà la comunità di ricercatori, dalle università alle aziende, computer scientist, ingegneri, fisici, per condividere punti di vista, conoscenze, esperienze, risultati tecnici e scientifici, relative alle soluzioni allo stato dell'arte e alle tecnologie sulle applicazioni della realtà aumentata per la medicina, i beni culturali, l'educazione, i settori industriali, così come la dimostrazione di prodotti e tecnologie avanzate. L'evento è organizzato dall'Università del Salento in partnership con MIMOS (Movimento Italiano Modellazione e Simulazione). E' ora disponibile il programma scientifico delle quattro giornate. 

Program

Wednesday 17 September

8,30 – 10,00 Registration

10,00 – 11,15 Tutorial 1
Lucio Tommaso De Paolis – University of Salento, Italy
“Virtual Reality and Augmented Visualization in Medicine and Surgery”

11,30 – 12,45 Tutorial 2
Marcello Carrozzino – PERCRO, Scuola S. Anna, Italy
“Development of Immersive VR Applications Using XVR”

15,00 – 15,15 Opening Session

15,15 – 16,15 Keynote Speech 1
Patrick Bourdot – University Paris-Sud, France
“Multimodal and Collaborative Interactions in Immersive CAVE-like Setups: Recent Results and Future Work”

16,30 – 18,00 Session 1 – Education
Chifu Lin: A MAR Game Design via a Remote Control Module
Ausra Vidugiriene, Aistė Pranckevičienė, Egidijus Vaškevičius, Minija Tamošiūnaitė: Investigation on player and virtual environment interaction
Giuseppe Airo Farulla, Ludovico Orlando Russo, Chiara Pintor, Daniele Pianu, Giorgio Micotti, Alice Rita Salgarella, Domenico Camboni, Marco Controzzi, Cristian Cipriani, Calogero Maria Oddo, Stefano Rosa, Marco Indaco: Real-time single camera hand gesture recognition system for remote deafblind communication
Inam ur Rehman, Sehat ullah: Measuring the student’s success rate using a constraint based multi-modal virtual assembly environment
Numan Ali: The effect of multimodal virtual chemistry laboratory on students learning improvement



Thursday 18 September

9,00 – 10,00 Keynote Speech 2
Krzysztof Walczak – Poznan University, Poland
“Simplifying creation of VR/AR applications by domain experts”

10,00 – 11,15 Session 2 – Medicine

Giuseppe Lo Presti, Cinzia Freschi, Sara Sinceri, Girolamo Morelli, Mauro Ferrari, Vincenzo Ferrari: Virtual Reality surgical navigation system for Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate
Lucio Tommaso De Paolis, Francesco Ricciardi: Development of a Serious Game for Laparoscopic Suture Training
Ravil Muhamedyev, Vlad Gladkikh, Viktor Gopeyenko, Yevgeniya Daineko, Alma Mansharipova, Elena Muhamedyeva, Aleksejs V. Gopejenko: A method of Three-Dimensional Visualization of molecular processes of apoptosis
Roberto Franchini, Francesco Conversano, Paola Pisani, Ernesto Casciaro, Marco Di Paola, Sergio Casciaro: Preliminary clinical validation of a new method for automatic 3D reconstruction of hepatic vessel network for surgical planning.

11,30 – 12,30 Session 3 – Medicine
Tiago Ribeiro, Paulo Roberto J. Reis, Geraldo Braz Junior, Anselmo C. Paiva, Aristófanes C. Silva, Ivana M. O. Maia, Antonio S. Araújo AGITO: Virtual Reality Environment For Power Systems Substations Operators Training
Bruno Carpentieri: Lossless Compression of Multidimensional Medical Images for Augmented Reality Applications
Pietro Cipresso: Low-Cost Motion-Tracking for Computational Psychometrics based on Virtual Reality

15,00 – 16,15 Session 4 – Augmented & Mixed Reality
Michael Boniface, Simon Crowle, Benjamin Poussard, Stylianos Asteriadis: A design and evaluation framework for a tele-immersive mixed reality platform
Muhammad Asad, Greg Slabaugh Hand Orientation: Regression using Random Forest for Augment Reality
Paulo Roberto Jansen dos Reis, Daniel Lima Gomes Junior, Antônio Sérgio de Araújo, Geraldo Braz Junior, Aristófanes Correa Silva, Anselmo Cardoso de Paiva: Visualization of Power Systems Based on Panoramic Augmented Environments
Federico Manuri: A Workflow Analysis for Implementing AR-Based Maintenance Procedures

16,30 – 18,00 Session 5 – Augmented & Mixed Reality
Anna Syberfeldt, Magnus Holm, Oscar Danielsson, Tom Ekblom: Augmented Reality at the Industrial Shop-Floor
Lode Jorissen, Steven Maesen, Ashish Doshi, Philippe Bekaert Robust Global Tracking using a Seamless Structured Pattern of Dots
Francesco Capozzi, Valerio Lorizzo, Gianfranco Modoni, Marco Sacco: Lightweight Augmented Reality Tools for Lean Procedures in Future Factories
Nick Michiels, Lode Jorissen, Jeroen Put, Philippe Bekaert: Interactive Augmented Omnidirectional Video with Realistic Lighting
Patrizia Schettino: Now I want to touch the place. Immersion and engagement in augmentaed digital stereoscopic panorama

 

Friday 19 September
9,00 – 10,00 Keynote Speech 3
Davide Borra – NoReal.it, Italy
“Virtual Worlds: a Perfect Convergence between Real and Virtual Life”

10,00 – 11,15 Session 6 – Cultural Heritage
Giuseppe Caggianese, Pietro Neroni, Luigi Gallo: Natural Interaction and Wearable Augmented Reality for the Enjoyment of the Cultural Heritage in Outdoor Conditions
Heiko Herrmann, Emiliano Pastorelli: Virtual Reality Visualization for Photogrammetric 3D Reconstructions of Cultural Heritage
Alessandro Fiore, Luigi Manco, Luca Mainetti, Palmalisa Marra: Augmented Reality for Allowing Time Navigation in Cultural Tourism Experiences: A Case Study
Sara Invitto, Italo Spada, Dario Turco, Genuario Belmonte: Easy Perception Lab: Evolution, Brain and Virtual and Augmented Reality in Museum Environment

11,30 – 13,00 Session 7 – Visualization & 3D Modeling
Krzysztof Walczak, Jakub Flotyński: On-demand Generation of 3D Content Based on Semantic Meta-scenes
Andrea Brogni Moka: Designing a Simple Scene Graph Library for Cluster-Based Virtual Reality Systems
Alessandro Zocco, Salvatore Livatino, Lucio Tommaso De Paolis: Stereoscopic-3D Vision to Improve Situational Awareness in Military Operations
Silvio Del Pizzo: Roll and Pitch Estimation Using Visual Horizon Recognition
Ihsan Rabbi, Sehat Ullah: 3D Model Visualization and Interaction using a Cubic Fiducial Marker

15,00 – 15,30 Poster Presentations
David Vanoni, Li Ge, Falko Kuester: Intuitive Visualization of Reflectance Transformation Imaging for Interactive Analysis of Cultural Artifacts
Angel Chi-Poot, Anabel Martin-Gonzalez: Euclidean Vectors in Physics Education using Augmented Reality
Francesco Carotenuto, Ugo Erra, Vittorio Scarano: SLAM map application for tracking lights on car dashboards
Stéphane Côté: A live Augmented Reality Tool for Facilitating Interpretation of 2D Construction Drawings
Rosanna Maria Viglialoro, Sara Condino, Marco Gesi, Mauro Ferrari, Vincenzo Ferrari: Augmented Reality simulator for laparoscopic cholecystectomy training
Steven Maesen, Yunjun Liu, Patrik Goorts, Philippe Bekaert: A Practical and Inexpensive Positioning System for Mobile AR Applications
Arnis Cirulis: Designing an interactive and augmented 3D environment with passive tactile feedback for veterinary training.
Ausra Vidugiriene, Edgaras Ščiglinskas: Investigation on human attentiveness to video clips using Neurosky and LIRIS-ACCEDE database
Ana Planells, Jaume Segura, Salvador Cerdá, Alicia Giménez, Rosa Cibrián: Virtual acoustic reconstruction of the church at the lost monastery of Santa Maria de la Murta

15,30 – 16,30 Poster Session
16,30 – 16,45 Closing Session

 

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