Hyper Vision Research Laboratory (HVRL), Keio University, mainly focuses on Computer Vision research. Our research interests range from basic computer vision theories through applications including image recognition and understanding, broadcast image technology, and augmented reality.
- We have one paper accepted at ICCV 2019.
Our paper: "Incremental Class Discovery for Semantic Segmentation with RGBD Sensing" has been accepted at the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (Acceptance rate: 25%)[YouTube] .
- We have one paper accepted at BMVC 2019.
Our paper: "DetectFusion: Detecting and Segmenting Both Known and Unknown Dynamic Objects in Real-time SLAM" has been accepted at the 2019 British Machine Vision Conference (Acceptance rate: 28.3%)[YouTube].
- We have one paper accepted at CVPR 2019.
Our paper: "EventNet: Asynchronous Recursive Event Processing" has been accepted at the 2019 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (Acceptance rate: 25.1%).
- We have one paper awarded at APMAR 2019.
Our paper: "Semantic Segmentation of 3D Point Cloud to Virtually Manipulate Real Living Space" has received the Best Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE Conference on Asia Pacific Workshop on Mixed and Augmented Reality.
- We have one paper awarded at IW-FCV 2019.
Our paper: "Merging SLAM and photometric stereo for 3D reconstruction with a moving camer" has received the Best Poster Paper Award at the 2019 International Workshop on Frontiers of Computer Vision.
- We have one paper awarded at AIU 2018.
Our paper: "A Thumb Tip Wearable Device Consisting of Multiple Cameras to Measure Thumb Posture" has received the Best Student Paper at the 2018 International Workshop on Attention/Intention Understanding.
- We have one paper awarded at IROS 2018.
Our paper: "Fast and Accurate Semantic Mapping through Geometric-based Incremental Segmentation" has received the IEEE RAS-JJC Young Award at the 2018 IEEE Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (Acceptance rate: 46.7%).
- We have one paper accepted at 3DV 2018.
Our paper: "Constant Velocity 3D Convolution" has been accepted at the 2018 IEEE Conference on 3D Vision.
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