OMNIVIS 2010: The 10th
Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision, Camera Networks and
June 27: OMNIVIS 2010 was held with a great attendance. Awards announced!
June 2: Final decisions have been posted on the OMNIVIS submission website.
May 10: Daniel Filip, from Google, to give keynote talk about Google StreetView at OMNIVIS 2010. talk abstract
In recent years, panoramic and omnidirectional sensors have been a key
technology in the development of visual perception. Omnidirectional and
panoramic sensors have found numerous applications in the robotics community,
including localization, navigation, visual servoing, and enhanced
situational awareness for autonomous or teleoperated systems. One of
the foremost communities for advancing omnidirectional sensors is
OMNIVIS, also known as the Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision, Camera
Networks and Non-Classical Cameras. This workshop will cover a wide
range of topics including camera networks, non-classical sensors,
camera calibration, structure-from-motion and SLAM.
The workshop is
open to both
the computer vision community and the robotics community
and hopes to build on the synergies that have developed between the
two in the recent years.
workshop will be held in conjunction with RSS at the Universidad de Zaragoza, in Zaragoza, Spain.
Paper Submission: April 1, 2010
Notification of Acceptance: June 1, 2010
Sunday June 27, 2010