Hilton San Francisco, Union Square
San Francisco, California, USA
8 - 12 February 2015
Conference EI110
Real-Time Image and Video Processing 2015
Tuesday 10 February 2015
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Abstract Due:
15 August 2014

Author Notification:
6 October 2014

Manuscript Due Date:
12 January 2015

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Abstract (500 words) and Summary (200 words): Deadline Extended to 15 August 2014

Manuscript for Post-Meeting Proceedings: 12 January 2015

Real-time image and video processing involves algorithmic, hardware, and software aspects of making an image or video processing system to operate in real-time. The SPIE Real-Time Image and Video Processing conference has been the only conference that is dedicated to the real-time aspects of image and video processing. This conference has been providing a field catalyst bringing together scientists and researchers from industry and academia working in real-time image and video processing to present recent research results pertaining to new real-time algorithmic, hardware, and software approaches as well as real-time system designs and applications.

Papers addressing real-time issues are solicited but not limited to the following topics:
  • real-time image and video processing algorithms
  • real-time mobile or embedded image/video processing systems
  • real-time image and video processing hardware including FPGA, DSP, GPU, GPP, ASIC, SoC, and SiP implementations
  • real-time software optimizations and related design paradigms
  • real-time image and video processing via parallel processing and related computer architectures
  • real-time computational photography, augmented reality, and 3D applications
  • real-time image and video compression and coding for storage and broadcasting applications including HDTV, HbbTV; UltraHDTV; 4K-imaging
  • real-time depth acquisition methods for 3D digital imaging and video, e.g. real-time RGB+D (i.e. Kinect-based)
  • real-time image and video processing applications including digital, cell-phone, smart and system cameras
  • real-time image and video processing for automatic visual inspection and machine vision
  • real-time image and video processing for CCTV applications, intelligent surveillance and security including biometric imaging
  • real-time image and video processing for robot vision, autonomous systems, human-machine and machine-machine interaction
  • real-time image and video processing for multi-dimensional image analysis, spectral and hyperspectral imaging, and remote sensing
  • real-time image and video processing for stereo and multi-view camera systems and multi-modal imaging sensor fusion
  • real-time image and video processing for immersive systems using Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality
  • real-time marker-less tracking of objects in imaging and video animations for VR, AR and MR systems and applications
  • real-time image and video transcoding and streaming technologies for future internet applications and emergent image resolutions and upcoming standards
  • real-time aspects in medical imaging
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