Perception and Aesthetics
Designing Computer Based Archaeological 3D-Reconstructions: How Camera Zoom Influences Attention
Computer Generation of Filmic Discourse from a Cognitive/Affective Perspective
Key-frame Based Spatiotemporal Scribble Propagation
Efficient Salient Foreground Detection for Images and Video using Fiedler Vectors
A Computational Framework for Vertical Video Editing
Intelligent Virtual Camera Systems
Toward More Effective Viewpoint Computation Tools
Stylistic Patterns for Generating Cinematographic Sequences
Posters and Demonstrations
The Influence of a Moving Camera on the Perception of Distances between Moving Objects
Insight: An Annotation Tool and Format for Film Analysis
Implementing Game Cinematography: Technical Challenges and Solutions for Automatic Camera Control in Games
Film Ties: An Architecture for Collaborative Data-driven Cinematography
Visibility-Aware Framing for 3D Modelers
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)Modelling and editing entire 3D scenes is a fairly complex task. The process generally comprises many individual operations such as selecting a target object, and iterating over changes in the view and changes of the ...
Implementing Game Cinematography: Technical Challenges and Solutions for Automatic Camera Control in Games (The Eurographics Association, 2015)Cinematographic games are a rising genre in the computer games industry and an increasing number of titles published include some aspects of cinematography in the gameplay or the storytelling. At present state, camera ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)The ability to store, share, and re-use digital assets is of primary importance in the film production pipeline. Digital assets typically include texture images, three-dimensional models, and scripts for creating special ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)For film editors, the decision of how to compose and sequence camera framings is a question pertaining to a number of elements involving the semantics of shots, framings, story context, consistency of style, and artistic ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)Movies and especially animations, where cameras can move nearly without any restriction, often use moving cameras, thereby intensifying continuity [Bor02] and influencing the impression of cinematic space [Jon07]. Further ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)A multitude of annotation tools and annotation formats for the analysis of audiovisual documents are available and address a wide range of tasks (see Elan [SW08] and Anvil [Kip10]). Existing approaches however remain ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)The proper setting of cameras is an essential component in many 3D computer graphics applications. Commonly, viewpoint computation tools rely on the specification of visual criteria on a number of targets, each expressed ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)Vertical video editing is the process of digitally editing the image within the frame as opposed to horizontal video editing, which arranges the shots along a timeline. Vertical editing can be a time-consuming and error-prone ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)Automatic detection of salient image regions is a useful tool with applications in intelligent camera control, virtual cinematography, video summarization and editing, evaluation of viewer preferences, and many others. ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)We present a practical, key-frame based scribble propagation framework. Our method builds upon recent advances in spatiotemporal filtering by adding key-components required for achieving seamless temporal propagation. To ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)Through a precise 3D animated reconstruction of a key scene in the movie ""Back to the Future"" directed by Robert Zemekis, we are able to make a detailed comparison of two very different versions of editing. The first ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)In this position paper, we argue that advances in intelligent cinematography require better models of the multimodal structure of filmic discourse, and of the inferences made by an audience while films are being watched. ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2015)Previous empirical literature [Sal94; WB00] indicates that there is an attention guiding effect of zooms. In order to substantiate this conclusion, an eye-tracking study was conducted to examine the influence of camera ...
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