The group investigates methods for capture, processing and display of 3D visual data based on extensive knowledge about the human perception of depth and 3D visual cues. By employing advanced signal processing methods, it tackles specific problems related to the huge amount of data to be processed and the optimal way of visualization using state-of-the-art 3D displays.


Research Motivation

  • Higher realism in representing visual scenes
  • Better interactivity
  • New forms of communication and display


Research Topics:

3D Scene Capture, Reconstruction and Rendering

  • Multi-camera capture and depth estimation pipeline
  • Multi-sensor capture and data fusion
  • Efficient depth estimation
  • Geometry-based 3D data representation and processing

Light Field Processing

  • Light field reconstruction in shearlet domain
  • Modeling of plenoptic cameras
  • Hologram generation from light field

Immersive Displays

  • Fourier analysis of light field displays
  • Wide field-of-view head-up displays maintaining continuous parallax