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    Workshop on Modelling and Motion Capture Techniques for Virtual Environments

    9, 10 & 11 December 2004, (Zermat, Switzerland)


    The University of Geneva (MIRALab, is pleased to
    announce the CAPTECH2004 workshop held in conjunction with the Swiss
    French 3rd cycle of Computer Science (CUSO,

    An international workshop to stimulate discussion on the current
    and future application of all techniques used to capture information on
    objects and motions through various technologies and integrate them
    within Virtual Environments. Technologies used may include video, laser,
    photogrammetry, magnetic sensors, speech, haptic devices etc.

    Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

    - Video Capturing
    - Vision-based Motion Capture
    - Motion Analysis
    - Integration of Graphics and Vision
    - Laser-based Technologies
    - Ultrasound-based Technology
    - Infrared-based Technology
    - Augmented Reality
    - Networked Virtual Collaborative Environment (NVCE)
    - Networked Multimedia and Virtual Environments
    - 2D/3D Teleconferencing
    - Real-time Virtual Humans Systems
    - Automatic 3D Cloning of Faces and Bodies
    - Real-time Mixing of Real and Synthetic Pictures
    - Telecommunication networked methods
    - Audio in NVCE
    - Speech Analysis and Synthesis in Real-time


    Register and submit your paper as an electronic
    manuscript (in pdf format only) following the
    guidelines at


    Submissions should be 4 pages long maximum including
    the title, the list of authors with affilition, an abstract
    and keywords. Accepted contributions will appear in the
    local conference proceedings. The best contributions
    will be selected for an extended version to appear
    in a special issue of The Visual Computer journal
    published by Springer-Verlag.

    Authors should follow the global guidelines for journals at
    Springer. Templates for LaTex and Word are available at (LaTex) (Word)


    October 30, 2004 : Submission of paper
    November 20, 2004 : Notification of acceptance by email
    November 25, 2004 : Final camera-ready paper & registration due

    Conference Co-Chairs
    Nadia MAGNENAT-THALMANN (University of Geneva, CH)
    Daniel THALMANN (EPFL, CH)

    Program Co-Chairs
    Yiannis ALOIMONOS (University of Maryland, USA)
    Nadia MAGNENAT-THALMANN (University of Geneva, CH)

    Local Committee Chair
    Laurent Moccozet (University of Geneva, CH)



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