4 Eyes Reading Group

The 4 Eyes lab will hold a weekly reading group where students and faculty may present and discuss relevant research. Typically one to two research papers will be presented, followed by an information discussion of the paper.

Date Presenter Paper
1/18/2013 Chris Sweeney "Real-time Image-based 6-DOF Localization in Large-Scale Environments" by Lim et. al. at MSR (CVPR 2012)
2/1/2013 Chris, Steffen, Ben "RECON: Scale-Adaptive Robust Estimation via Residual Consensus" by Ragural and Frahm at UNC (ICCV 2011)
2/15/2013 Mock Suwannatat "Different Strokes for Different Folks: Visual Presentation Design Between Disciplines" by Steve Gomez et al at Brown (InfoVis 2012)
2/22/2013 Benjamim "Tracking-Learning-Detection" by Kalal et al (PAMI 2012)
3/1/2013 Domagoj "MirageTable: Freehand Interaction on a Projected Augmented Reality Tabletop" by MSR (CHI 2012)
3/8/2013 Luaks
3/15/2013 Victor


Here is the list of papers presented in the Fall 2012.

Date Presenter Paper
10/8/2012 Chris Sweeney "Worldwide Pose Estimation using 3D Point Clouds" by Li et. al. (ECCV 2012)
10/15/2012 Nima Kalantari "Eulerian Video Magnification for Revealing Subtle Changes in the World" by Wu et. al. (SIGGRAPH 2012)
10/22/2012 Chris Hall "Mental Imagery and Software Visualization in High-Performance Software Development Teams" by Marian Petre
10/29/2012 Victor Fragoso

"Real-Time 6D Stereo Visual Odometry with Non-Overlapping Fields of View" by Kazik et. al. (CVPR 2012)

11/5/2012 Mathieu Rodrigue "Detecting Error-related Negativity for Interaction Design" by Vi et. al. (CHI 2012)
11/19/2012 Jay Kang "Real-time Human Pose Recognition in Parts from Single Depth Images" by Shotton et. al. at Microsoft Research (CVPR 2011)
11/26/2012 Emily Fujimoto "'Yours is Better!' Participant Response Bias in HCI" by Dell et. al. (CHI 2012)
12/3/2012 Saiph Savage "Patterns of Temporal Variation in Online Media" by Yang et. al. at Stanford (WSDM 2011)
12/10/2012 Benjamin Nuernberger "Point Clouds: Lidar versus 3D Vision" by Franz et. al. at TU Graz (PERS 2010)