King’s College London, UK held virtually, during 10 – 11 September 2020


Visualisation and Machine Learning
Visualizing Usage Data from a Diabetes Management System
David A. Duce, Clare Martin, Alex Russell, Dan Brown, Arantza Aldea, Bedour Alshaigy, Rachel Harrison, Marion Waite, Yenny Leal, Marzena Wos, Mercè Fernandez-Balsells, José Manuel Fernández Real, Lucian Nita, Beatriz López, Joaquim Massana, Parizad Avari, Pau Herrero, Narvada Jugnee, Nick Oliver, and Monika Reddy
Recognising Specific Foods in MRI Scans Using CNN and Visualisation
Joshua Gardner, Shatha Al-Maliki, Évelyne Lutton, François Boué, and Franck P. Vidal
Emotion Transfer for 3D Hand Motion using StarGAN
Jacky C. P. Chan, Ana-Sabina Irimia, and Edmond S. L. Ho
Encyclopaedia-based Framework for 3D Image Processing Applications
Terence Morley, Tim Morris, and Martin Turner
Simulating Dynamic Ecosystems with Co-Evolutionary Agents
Gary Ferguson and Franck P. Vidal
Graphics
Continuous-Line-Based Halftoning with Pinwheel Tiles
Abdalla G. M. Ahmed
ORQA: Objective Reflection Quality Assessment
Sietze G. Houwink, Klaas Y. Kliffen, and Jiri Kosinka
CLAWS: Computational Load Balancing for Accelerated Neighbor Processing on GPUs using Warp Scheduling
Julian Gross, Marcel Köster, and Antonio Krüger
Generalized K-means for Metric Space Clustering Using PageRank
Mustafa Hajij, Eyad Said, and Robert Todd
Persistent Homology and the Discrete Laplace Operator For Mesh Similarity
Mustafa Hajij, Yunhao Zhang, Haowen Liu, and Paul Rosen
AR and VR
Breathing Life into Statues Using Augmented Reality
Eleftherios Ioannou and Steve Maddock
Interaction Framework within Collaborative Virtual Environments for Multiple Users each interacting with Multiple Degrees-Of-Freedom Controllers
Mario Sandoval, Tim Morris, and Martin Turner
A Gesture Recognition Model for Virtual Reality Motion Controllers
Christopher Headleand, Benjamin Williams, Jussi Holopainen, and Marlon Gilliam
Medical Ultrasound Training in Virtual Reality
James P. Elliman, Sarath Bethapudi, and George Alex Koulieris
Controlling Game Objects Using Multiple Degrees-Of-Freedom
Mario Sandoval, Tim Morris, and Martin Turner

Recent Submissions

  • Controlling Game Objects Using Multiple Degrees-Of-Freedom 

    Sandoval, Mario; Morris, Tim; Turner, Martin (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    LISU (Library for Interactive Settings and User-modes) is an input management computing framework which enables groups of researchers to cohabit real-time simulation environments simultaneously and to visualise and manipulate ...
  • Interaction Framework within Collaborative Virtual Environments for Multiple Users each interacting with Multiple Degrees-Of-Freedom Controllers 

    Sandoval, Mario; Morris, Tim; Turner, Martin (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    Collaboration is a process in which two or more agents work together to achieve shared goals. However, many existing platforms cannot generate a collaborative environment to engage multiple users with multiple controllers ...
  • A Gesture Recognition Model for Virtual Reality Motion Controllers 

    Headleand, Chris; Williams, Benjamin; Holopainen, Jussi; Gilliam, Marlon (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    In this paper we discuss gesture recognition in the domain of Virtual Reality (VR) video games. We begin by presenting a detailed review of the literature. Furthermore, we discuss some of the specific opportunities and ...
  • Medical Ultrasound Training in Virtual Reality 

    Elliman, James P.; Bethapudi, Sarath; Koulieris, George Alex (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    In this work we propose a novel training solution for learning and practising the core psychomotor skills required in Diagnostic Ultrasound examinations with a computer-based simulator. This is in response to the long-standing ...
  • Breathing Life into Statues Using Augmented Reality 

    Ioannou, Eleftherios; Maddock, Steve (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    AR art is a relatively recent phenomenon, one that brings innovation in the way that artworks can be produced and presented in real-world locations and environments. We present an AR art app, running in real time on a ...
  • Persistent Homology and the Discrete Laplace Operator For Mesh Similarity 

    Hajij, Mustafa; Zhang, Yunhao; Liu, Haowen; Rosen, Paul (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    We use persistent homology along with the eigenfunctions of the Laplacian to study similarity amongst geometric and combinatorial objects. Our method relies on studying the lower-star filtration induced by the eigenfunctions ...
  • Generalized K-means for Metric Space Clustering Using PageRank 

    Hajij, Mustafa; Said, Eyad; Todd, Robert (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    We utilize the PageRank vector to generalize the k-means clustering algorithm to directed and undirected graphs. We demonstrate that PageRank and other centrality measures can be used in our setting to robustly compute ...
  • CLAWS: Computational Load Balancing for Accelerated Neighbor Processing on GPUs using Warp Scheduling 

    Gross, Julian; Köster, Marcel; Krüger, Antonio (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    Nearest neighbor search algorithms on GPUs have been improving for years. Starting with tree-based approaches in the middle 70's, state-of-the-art methods use hash-based or grid-based methods. Leveraging high-performance ...
  • ORQA: Objective Reflection Quality Assessment 

    Houwink, Sietze G.; Kliffen, Klaas Y.; Kosinka, Jiri (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    We present ORQA (Objective Reflection Quality Assessment), a method to objectively assess shape quality from reflection line renderings. The goal of ORQA is to correctly order existing comparable reflection line renderings ...
  • Continuous-Line-Based Halftoning with Pinwheel Tiles 

    Ahmed, Abdalla G. M. (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    We describe a technique for continuous-line-based halftoning with space-filling curves, namely Segerman's pinwheel curve, which is based on Conway's pinwheel tiles. We adapt the length of the curve passing through the tiles ...
  • Simulating Dynamic Ecosystems with Co-Evolutionary Agents 

    Ferguson, Gary; Vidal, Franck P. (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    As video games grow in complexity and require increasingly large and immersive environments, there is a need for more believable and dynamic characters not controlled by the player, known as non-player character (NPC). ...
  • Encyclopaedia-based Framework for 3D Image Processing Applications 

    Morley, Terence; Morris, Tim; Turner, Martin (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    The uses of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) are rapidly increasing across diverse applications including surveillance, policing and search and rescue. To perform domain-specific functions, software systems incorporating 2D ...
  • Emotion Transfer for 3D Hand Motion using StarGAN 

    Chan, Jacky C. P.; Irimia, Ana-Sabina; Ho, Edmond S. L. (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    In this paper, we propose a new data-driven framework for 3D hand motion emotion transfer. Specifically, we first capture highquality hand motion using VR gloves. The hand motion data is then annotated with the emotion ...
  • Recognising Specific Foods in MRI Scans Using CNN and Visualisation 

    Gardner, Joshua; Al-Maliki, Shatha; Lutton, Évelyne; Boué, François; Vidal, Franck P. (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    This work is part of an experimental project aiming at understanding the kinetics of human gastric emptying. For this purpose magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) images of the stomach of healthy volunteers have been acquired ...
  • Visualizing Usage Data from a Diabetes Management System 

    Duce, David A.; Martin, Clare; Russell, Alex; Brown, Dan; Aldea, Arantza; Alshaigy, Bedour; Harrison, Rachel; Waite, Marion; Leal, Yenny; Wos, Marzena; Fernandez-Balsells, Mercè; Real, José Manuel Fernández; Nita, Lucian; López, Beatriz; Massana, Joaquim; Avari, Parizad; Herrero, Pau; Jugnee, Narvada; Oliver, Nick; Reddy, Monika (The Eurographics Association, 2020)
    This article explores the role for visualization in interpreting data collected by a customised analytics framework within a healthcare technology project. It draws on the work of the EU-funded PEPPER project, which has ...
  • CGVC 2020: Frontmatter 

    Ritsos, Panagiotis D.; Xu, Kai (The Eurographics Association, 2020)