SCANOPY - Scan Data Organisation, Processing and Display

The aim of the Scanopy project is to provide efficient algorithms for working with 3D laser scan data. The first main challenge is to improve the quality of raw scan data via filtering, scan completion and repair, making use of image information and symmetries. The second challenge is to and second to develop efficient data structures and algorithm to allow displaying huge point-based models. The third challenge is to improve the appearance of the models via lighting and relighting.

Funding

  • FFG 812126

Research Areas

Research Area
Rendering
In this area, we concentrate on algorithms that synthesize images to depict 3D models or scenes, often by simulating or approximating the physics of light.

Publications

7 Publications found:
Image Bib Reference Publication Type
2010
Reinhold Preiner
Interactive Curved Reflections in Large Point Clouds
[poster] [thesis]
Master Thesis
Reinhold Preiner, Michael Wimmer
Real-Time Global Illumination for Point Cloud Scenes
Computer Graphics & Geometry,12(1):2-16,2010.
Journal Paper (without talk)
2009
Claus Scheiblauer, Norbert Zimmermann, Michael Wimmer
Interactive Domitilla Catacomb Exploration
In 10th VAST International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (VAST09), pages65-72.September 2009.
[Paper]
Conference Paper
Reinhold Preiner
Global Illumination for Point Clouds
Student Project
2008
Claus Scheiblauer
Domitilla Catacomb Walkthrough - dealing with more than 1 billion points
In Proceedings of the 13th International Congress on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies.November 2008.
[Paper]
Conference Paper
2006
Michael Wimmer
Do We Need Accurate Reconstruction?
In Proceedings of 11th International Congress on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies.October 2006.
Conference Paper
Michael Wimmer, Claus Scheiblauer
Instant Points: Fast Rendering of Unprocessed Point Clouds
In Proceedings Symposium on Point-Based Graphics 2006, pages129-136.July 2006.
[Paper]
Conference Paper
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