Bringing together production and post-production specialists from the worlds of film, broadcast and games with imaging and graphics researchers. CVMP provides a European forum to discuss the latest research, advances and state-of-the-art industry practices.
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Delivering content for emerging platforms such as e-cinema, high-resolution home displays and interactive media are necessitating the development of new technical approaches. The demonstration of continued interest in VR/AR further highlights this.
The aim of the conference is to demonstrate innovative techniques currently being used in media production and to discuss their future influence on common practice.
Papers are invited to present novel research and practical applications related to media production. see call for papers
What is CVMP?
CVMP – The Conference for Visual Media Production - aims to bring together the worlds of academic algorithmic research and post production to discuss new advancements and innovative applications.
It is also a unique opportunity to network and pick each other’s brains. Who knows what ideas may form?
“CVMP offered a good mix of research people in graphics and vision as well as industry experts in production and post-production. Surprisingly for such a smaller conference, papers, speeches and posters were continuously of good quality. The time I spent in London was a good investment.”
Jurgen Stauder, Technical Advisor, Thomson Corporate Research
Who should attended?
• Chief Technical Officers
• Technical Directors
• Research Leads
• Pipeline Architects
• Academic Researchers and PhD students in Signal / Image / Video Processing, Graphics and Computer Vision
What can I expect?
Submitted papers determine a substantial part of the line up.
Previous keynote speakers included:
Sameer Agarwal, Google
Stuart Adcock, Industrial Light and Magic
Oliver James, Double Negative Visual Effects
Lourdes Agapito, UCL
Wil Braithwaite, NVIDIA
Jeremy Doig, Google
Sylvain Paris, Adobe Research
Roberto Cippola,Cambridge University
Nicola Hoyle, Double Negative
Dan Piponi, ILM
James Knight, Motion Capture Expert
Aljosha Smolic, Disney Research Zurich