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@Alexander Berner It was about one hour on the return flight. The delay on the trip to Manchester was even longer.
msunkel, 6 years ago  
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@msunkel How long? ;)
Alexander-Berner, 6 years ago  
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Eurographics is over... and for God's sake we're all back. BTW: If you don't like delays, do not travel with British Midland Airways (bmi).
msunkel, 6 years ago  
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@martin No idea, session chair was just not there. For my own talk I took the opportunity to be session chair :)
at, 6 years ago  
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What happened to the session chair? wasn't michael supposed to be it?
martin, 6 years ago  
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"Wavelet Rasterization" paper recieved the 1st Best paper award. In deed, I has participated in the talk and I already thought there, that the mathematics behind this paper deserve to be honoured.
at, 6 years ago  
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Wow, that was one of the best keynotes I've ever seen. Not just that the presenter used a lot of cool pictures, but also the way how he presented. He had used the Steve Jobs presentation style, as I like to call it.
at, 6 years ago  
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Last day at the conference, and I am have a strong headache. yesterday's conference dinner was pretty funny ;) A keynote from Guillaume Thierry - "Neuromatrix: The world is embodied in our brain" is coming next.
at, 6 years ago  
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In this keynote we saw a lot of applications in the visualization community. The demos are pretty nice and I enjoyed to see how user-friendly this people are able to visualize the large amount of data.
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Cool the speaker mentioned #OpenSceneGraph , I've worked with this library pretty long time. I would like to use the opportunity here and to advertise official OpenSceneGraph Forum, created by me couple of years ago [Link]
at, 6 years ago  
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@at Ok, he found him-self back. Now he don't use any paper sheet anymore. I suppose he was just nervous in the beginning.
at, 6 years ago  
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The speaker seems to be not that well prepared, since he uses a paper sheet to read his talk from. I am not sure, maybe he is just nervous :)
at, 6 years ago  
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So, session continues. I am now at the Keynote session (there is currently nothing in parallel, so the hall should be pretty full). Keynote is given by Frits H. Post: "Data Visualization: Featuring Interactive Visual Analysis"
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@Alexander Berner People reacted pretty well. The questions weren't that hard, more of general nature.
at, 6 years ago  
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@at How were the questions and the feedback for the project?
Alexander-Berner, 6 years ago  
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@at the approach seems to rely on knowing the class of the given object
silkiways, 6 years ago  
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@silkiways The work seems to use trained descriptors in order to distinguish parts of shapes. This could for example be used in shape queries.
at, 6 years ago  
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Next talk is 'Prior Knowledge for Part Correspondences' by Oliver van Kaick
silkiways, 6 years ago  
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Yeeehaaaa.... Scott Schaefer is volunteering to chair the session.
msunkel, 6 years ago  
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There are lots of questions. Seems like people are really interested into Art's work.
msunkel, 6 years ago  
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Art's talk has ended. The questioning starts... and still no session chair in sight.
msunkel, 6 years ago  
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the 'non-isometric deformation of finger' and 'where is Llandudno' jokes were well received ;)
silkiways, 6 years ago  
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The first talk is given by Art: 'Intrinsic Shape Matching by Planned Landmark Sampling'
silkiways, 6 years ago  
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Session 'Shape Matching and Manipulation' started. Since the session chair is missing, Art had to introduce himself :)
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this session ends now, next session will be opened by my talk, so wish me luck ;)
at, 6 years ago  
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a work which aims to handle rendering of volumes of inhomogeneous media. Similar to our Eikonal Rendering paper from 2007.
at, 6 years ago  
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Final talk in this session: Free Path Sampling in High Resolution Inhomogeneous Participating Media
at, 6 years ago  
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hmm, I do not really sure how to describe this work. I would say a way to optimize path tracer for rendering. I can not really see what is really different to other techniques.
at, 6 years ago  
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Next talk: Progressive Point Light Based Global Illumination made by resaerch group of Hendrik Lensch
at, 6 years ago  
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the project is pretty interesting but seems to be an ad-hos technique and really heuristicaly based. I wouldn't know how to implement it in a day ;)
at, 6 years ago  
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