Interactive Media Systems, TU Vienna

Nicole Brosch

Dipl.-Ing. Mag. — Position: PhD Student

Contact

E-Mail nicole.brosch@tuwien.ac.at
Office 1040 Wien, Taubstummengasse 11 Room HL0105 Map
Office Hours By Appointment

Current

Intelligent Workflow Design for Low-Cost 3D Film Production Intelligent Workflow Design for Low-Cost 3D Film Production   (“Hyperion3D”)
M. Gelautz — Since June 2013 • Keywords: 3D film, Stereo, Computer Vision
Goal of Hyperion3D is the development of an intelligent and cost-efficient workflow for producing 3D film content for stereoscopic and multi-view 3D…

Completed

Temporal-Consistent Stereo Matting for High-Quality Novel View Synthesis and Visual Effects Temporal-Consistent Stereo Matting for High-Quality Novel View Synthesis and Visual Effects   (“3D-TV”)
M. Gelautz — April 2009 to December 2015 • Keywords: image matting, special effects, 3D reconstruction, video processing, stereo analysis
This project develops new image processing techniques for the emerging field of 3D television. On the basis of two videos that are recorded by…

An industrial implementation of modern inpainting techniques for depth-based 3D film editing An industrial implementation of modern inpainting techniques for depth-based 3D film editing   (“PAINT3D”)
M. Gelautz — January 2012 to December 2014 • Keywords: 3D film, Novel Views, Inpainting
The goal of this project is the implementation of a software prototype which enables the adaption of depth perception in 3D films in unprecedented…

Computational Perception Computational Perception   (“CP”)
M. Gelautz — March 2010 to February 2014 • Keywords: Multimodal Scene Perception, Visual Attention and Human Behavior, Object recognition
The perception, interpretation and presentation of our environment using sensors and computer technology, in combination with related communication…

Evaluation and Design of Energy Functions for Global Stereo Matching Evaluation and Design of Energy Functions for Global Stereo Matching   (“Stereo Matching”)
M. Gelautz — January 2007 to December 2011 • Keywords: Stereo, 3D Reconstruction, Computer Vision, Scene Modeling, Energy Function, Optimization
This project investigates and improves the modelling component of energy minimization techniques for stereo matching. One major contribution is a…