IVI Seminar: Multi-view Imaging 3D Displays Technology
Dr. Nurulfajar bin Abd Manap Senior Lecturer Faculty of Electronics and Computer Engineering Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM). Date : 7 November 2013 (Thursday) Time : 2.30 pm – 4.30 pm Venue : Auditorium, Level 2, New Library Building, UKM Abstract Multi-view imaging has attracted much attention from many researchers in various fields, due to the dropping cost of digital cameras. This opens a wide variety of interesting new research topics and applications, such as virtual view synthesis, high performance imaging, image and video segmentation, object tracking/recognition, environmental surveillance, remote education, industrial inspection, 3DTV and freeviewpoint TV. While some of these tasks can be handled with conventional single view images/video, the availability of multiple views of the scene significantly broadens the field of applications, while enhancing performance and user experience. This talk provides an introduction to the multi-view imaging and 3D displays technology, with some recent developments in the field together with applications. Biography Nurulfajar received his Bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering in 2000 from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. He continued his research in Image and Video Compression algorithm to obtain his Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) from the same university in 2002. He joined the Faculty of Electronics and Computer Engineering at the Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka as lecturer and has been appointed as the Head of Department for Computer Engineering for 4 years. Then, he obtained his PhD in Image and Video Processing from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland in 2012. His research interest are on multi-view and 3D image processing, image synthesis and stereo vision.