Short Papers

Day 4: June 11th 2010


Rendering & Visualization

Chair: Alexei Sourin


SP19: A General Two-Level Acceleration Structure for Interactive Ray Tracing on the GPU
Rafael Huff1.
1. Fraunhofer IGD, Germany

SP20: A Hybrid Rendering Technique to Navigate in LargeTerrains Using Mobile Devices
Jose Maria Noguera1, Rafael Jesus Segura1, Carlos Javier Ogayar1 and Robert Joan-Arinyo2.
1. University of Jaen, Spain
2. Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain


SP21: Anisotropic Brush for Painterly Rendering
Hua Huang1, Tian-Nan Fu1, Chen-Feng Li2.
1. Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
2. Swansea University, UK


SP22: Illuminating Crowds, Via Integral Approximation of Cosine Lobes
Ruben Galvao1, Robert Laycock1 and Andy Day1.
1. University of East Anglia, UK

SP23: Interactive Visualization for Image Guided Medialization Laryngoplasty
Can Kirmizibayrak1, Mike Wakid1, Steve Bielamowicz1 and James Hahn1.
1. The George Washington University, USA

Games, Interaction & Sketch-based Modeling

Chair: Arjan Egges


SP24: Comparison of Three Interactive Techniques for Collaborative Manipulation of Objects in Virtual Reality
Laurent Aguerreche1, Thierry Duval2 and Anatole Lécuyer3.
1. Insa de Rennes, France
2. Université Rennes 1, France
3. Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique, France


SP25: A Fractal Dimension Based Algorithm for Neurofeedback Games
Qiang Wang1, Olga Sourina1 and Minh Khoa Ngyuen1.
1. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

SP26: Interactive Scene Navigation Using the GPU
Shanat Kolhatkar1 and Robert Laganiere1.
1. University of Ottawa, Canada

SP27: Sketch-based tree-modeling using Depth Retrieval
Jia Liu1, Xiaopeng Zhang1, Hongjun Liu1,3, Weiming Dong1 and Jian-Claude Paul2.
1. LIAMA-NLPR, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Science, China
2. INRIA, France
3. College of Science, BFJU, China


SP28: Towards Sketched-based Garment Design and Animation
Zahraa Yasseen1, Ahmad Nasri1, Pascal Volino2, Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann2 and Wajih Boukaram1.
1. Graphics and Animation Lab, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
2. MIRALab - University of Geneva, Switzerland


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