Omnivis2004, The fifth Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision, Camera Networks
and Non-classical cameras
In conjunction with ECCV2004
CVIU Special Issue
Computer Vision and Image Understanding
Volume 103, Issue 3, Pages 155-230 (September 2006)
issue on Omnidirectional Vision and Camera Networks
Peter Sturm, Tomas Svoboda and Seth Teller
Omnivis'04 is the fifth workshop on Omnidirectional Vision and
neighbouring research areas. The aim of Omnivis'04 is to gather the
Vision Community working or interested in networked, distributed, and
omnidirectional Vision or Vision by non-traditional cameras in
general. Contributions are sought on new and original research on any
aspect of omnidirectional vision, including novel designs and
algorithms for omnidirectional cameras and camera networks. All
papers will be subject to a double-blind review process which will be
carried out by a Program Committee of leading international
researchers. The Omnivis'04 Workshop continues a series of workshops
on Omnidirectional Vision, starting in 2000 in conjunction with CVPR,
in 2001 with ICAR, in 2002 with ECCV, and in 2003 with CVPR.
About the Workshop
A preliminary programme is available.
Call for demos. Participants wanting to show a demo are
kindly requested to contact Tomas Svoboda, email@example.com.
Lunch. A simple lunch is included in the workshop fee. Detail will be added shortly before the workshop.
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Submission and proceedings
How to format and upload the
List of accepted papers. At least one of
the authors of the accepred papers must register
before 15th April otherways the paper will be rejected from the
Workshop program and will not appear on the CD.
Accepted papers will be published in CD available at the Workshop. Advanced
versions of the selected papers will appear in a special issue of the Computer
Vision and Image Understanding Journal [CVIU].
Tomas Svoboda, Peter Sturm, and Seth Teller.
+ Yiannis Aloimonos. University of Maryland, USA.
+ João Barreto. University of Coimbra, Portugal.
+ Ryad Benosman. Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris,
+ Michael Bosse. MIT, USA.
+ Kostas Daniilidis. University of Pennsylvania, USA.
+ Christopher Geyer. University of California, Berkeley, USA.
+ Andy Hicks. Drexel University, USA.
+ Hiroshi Ishiguro. Osaka University, Japan.
+ Reinhard Klette. The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
+ John Leonard. MIT, USA.
+ Emanuele Menegatti. University of Padova, Italy.
+ Shree K. Nayar. Columbia University, USA.
+ Tomáš Pajdla. Czech Technical University, Prague.
+ Shmuel Peleg. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
+ Robert Pless. Washington University in St. Louis, USA.
+ José Santos-Victor. Instituto Superior Técnico,
+ Mandyam V. Srinivasan. The Australian National University, Canberra.
+ Mohan Trivedi. University of California, San Diego, USA.
+ Yasushi Yagi. Osaka University, Japan.
Last update: 3rd May 2004, Tomas Svoboda