July 13, 2012 - Melbourne Australia
While hardware improvement, machine learning and artificial intelligence have been helping to speed up and replace tedious manual procedures and, to a certain extent, automate human analysis and decision making, human intentions and responses remain the central command in many applications.
In order to explore this emerging area, the goal of this workshop will be on discussing how novel techniques in the 3D continuum can improve the modeling of user intentions and responses so that digital technology can be deployed effectively. A major focus will be on how emerging 3DTV techniques can facilitate human-machine dialog in a constrained multimedia environment. We anticipate experts from various research areas, including computer vision, computer graphics & visualization, and multimedia communications, contributing to this workshop, which will provide a forum to identify critical issues, possible solutions and future trends.
Authors of the selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version for a special issue in Advances in Multimedia Journal.
jun dot zhou at anu dot edu dot au