The arrival of Microsoft's Kinect, with $150 a unit and 8 million sales in two months is causing a revolution. A lot of people, researchers or not, believe that we are witnessing a new aera, arguably the first time computer vision technologies to have a profound impact on consumer electronics. We believe that affordable depth cameras are also to change the landscape of vision and vision-related research, being available to everyone and enabling robust vision applications across a range of domains such as robotics and HCI. The purpose of this workshop is to understand the scope and impact of the fast growing Kinect-based research activities, to bring together researchers from multiple fields and perspectives, and to discuss the major research problems and opportunities and how we should coordinate efforts to lead the depth camera revolution.
|Submission of full papers||Monday July, 18. 2011 5pm PST|
|Notification of acceptance||End of August, 2011|
|Submission of camera ready papers||Tuesday September, 13. 2011 5pm PST|
|Workshop||November, 12. 2011|
|October, 26. 2011||Lunch break supported by Microsoft Research.|
|September, 27. 2011||Tentative program on-line|
|August, 30. 2011||Notification of acceptance:
20 papers out of 62 were accepted (acceptance rate 32 %)
|July, 11. 2011||Deadline-Extension:
Final deadline for submitting papers is July, 18. 2011 (no further extension will be given!)
|March, 18. 2011||Web-Page launched|
If you have any comments or questions, send an email to cdc4cv AT vision.ee.ethz.ch.