CAD/Graphics 2013

Date
November 16-18, 2013
Venue
City University of Hong Kong, China

The 13th International Conference on Computer-Aided Design and Computer Graphics (CAD/Graphics 2013) is organized by the City University of Hong Kong. The conference will be held in Hong Kong on November 16-18, 2013, co-located with ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2013 and ACM SIGGRAPH VRCAI 2013.

CAD/Graphics is affiliated with the Chinese Computer Federation (CCF) and is a biennial international conference. It provides a worldwide forum for international researchers and developers to exchange new ideas on computer-aided design, computer graphics, electronic design automation and visualization to explore new ideas and trends.

Important Dates

Call for Papers
  1. October 4, 2013
    CPS final papers & posters submission deadline
  2. October 6, 2013
    C&G revised submissions deadline
  3. October 17, 2013
    C&G notification of acceptance
  4. October 27, 2013
    C&G camera-ready paper due

For Attendees

Registration

Regular and student registration includes access to all conference sessions, conference proceedings, lunches, coffee breaks, and banquet.

Cancellation Policy for Early Registration: Cancellations are required to be made up to 7 days (on/before November 9) in advance. Otherwise, no refund will be issued. A processing fee applies for all approved refunds.

Registration fee
Category Early Registration
(on/before Oct. 31)
Pre-registration
(on/before Nov. 8)
On-site Registration
Regular HKD 3200 HKD 3600 HKD 4000
Student HKD 1600 HKD 1800 HKD 2000

Students MUST show a current student ID upon checking in at the conference registration desk. Student registration is available for undergraduate and graduate students ONLY. The student rate is NOT available to post-doctorates

Online Registration Site

Accommodation

Since the conference venue is situated in the most convenient location with great public transportation network, any hotel along the MTR stations will allow conference guests to access to the conference venue without too many transportation hassles. For hotel booking, you may check out the agencies like Hotels.com, Ctrip, Agoda, Asiatravel.com.

Venue

The conference will be held at Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre (CMC), City University of Hong Kong. City University of Hong Kong is located next to Kowloon Tong MTR station which is an interchange station for 2 rail lines, making it easily accessible from different parts of Hong Kong. The shopping mall Festival Walk is located next to the university with 200+ retail stores and restaurants. At the university campus, the state-of-the-art Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre was designed by the world-renowned architect, Mr. Daniel Libeskind.

How to get to Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre. It takes around 10~15 minutes from Kowloon Tong subway station to CMC on foot.

The Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre (CMC) building.

Program

Day 1
16/11 Sat.
Time Program
08:00 Registration
3/F, CMC
08:45 Opening Remarks
LT1, 3/F, CMC
09:00 Keynote: GPU Parallel Computing: Programming Tools and Applications
(Kun Zhou)
LT1, 3/F, CMC
10:00 Coffee Break
10:20 Visibility & Rendering Techniques
LT2
Segmentation
LT1
12:15 Lunch
13:15 – 13:35 Tours of Pure Land
13:45 Animation
LT2
Consolidation & Reconstruction
LT1
15:15 Coffee Break
15:35 New Trends in VLSI CAD: From Mask to Logic
LT2
Image Processing
LT1
18:00 Reception
M9001 + Rooftop Garden, 9/F, CMC
18:15 – 18:45 Tours of Pure Land
18:45 – 19:15 Tours of Pure Land
Day 2
17/11 Sun.
Time Program
09:00 Keynote: In Search of Geometric Structure
(Niloy Mitra)
LT1, 3/F, CMC
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 Rendering
LT2
Parameterization & Retrieval
LT1
12:00 Lunch
13:00 – 13:30 Tours of Pure Land
13:30 Performance Capture
LT2
Deformation & Texture
LT1
14:50 Posters Fast Forward
LT1
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Posters Session
CMC Gallery, 3/F, CMC
18:30 Banquet
Day 3
18/11 Mon.
Time Program
09:00 Keynote: Sampling and Reconstruction of High-Dimensional Visual Appearance
(Ravi Ramamoorthi)
LT1, 3/F, CMC
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 Simulation
LT2
CAGD
LT1
12:00 Lunch
13:00 – 13:30 Tours of Pure Land
13:30 Visualization
LT2
Image Editing
LT1
15:10 Coffee Break
15:30 CAD & Interactive Techniques
LT2
Curves & Surfaces
LT1
17:20 Closing Remarks & Awards
LT1
17:40 End of Program

Keynotes

GPU parallel computing: programming tools and applications

Day 1 09:00 LT1, 3/F, CMC

Bio

Kun Zhou is a Cheung Kong Professor and vice dean of the computer science department of Zhejiang University, and a member of the State Key Laboratory of CAD&CG, where he leads the Graphics and Parallel Systems Lab. Prior to joining Zhejiang University in 2008, he was a Lead Researcher of the Internet Graphics Group at Microsoft Research Asia. He received his BS degree and PhD degree from Zhejiang University in 1997 and 2002, respectively. His research interests include computer graphics and parallel computing, in the areas of geometry processing, real-time rendering and GPU parallel computing. He is currently on the editorial board of ACM Transactions on Graphics, The Visual Computer, and the Frontiers of Computer Science.

Abstract

With many cores driven by high memory bandwidth, today's GPU has involved into an absolute computing workhorse. More and more scientists, researchers and software developers are using GPUs to accelerate their algorithms and applications. Programming the GPU for complex computations, however, is still far from easy with existing tools provided by hardware vendors. In this talk, I will introduce BSGP, a high-level programming language for general-purpose computation on the GPU. A BSGP program looks much the same as a sequential C program, and is thus easy to read, write and maintain. Its performance on the GPU is guaranteed by a well-designed compiler that converts the program to GPU kernels. We also provide an effective debugging system for BSGP programs based on the GPU interrupt, a unique feature of BSGP that allows calling CPU functions from inside GPU code. Using BSGP, we have successfully developed GPU algorithms for constructing several widely-used spatial hierarchies for high-performance graphics applications, and RenderAnts, the first Reyes rendering system that runs entirely on GPUs.

In Search of Geometric Structure

Day 2 09:00 LT1, 3/F, CMC

Bio

Niloy J. Mitra is an associate professor (Reader) in the Department of Computer Science at University College London (UCL). Earlier, he co-founded the Geometric Modeling and Visualization Center (GMSV) center at KAUST. He received his Ph.D. degree and Masters in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. His research interests include shape understanding, fabrication-aware design, geometric modeling, recreational art, and computer graphics in general. In 2013, Niloy received the ACM SIGGRAPH Significant New Researcher Award and an ERC Starting Grant on SmartGeometry.

Abstract

Shape structure is about the arrangement and relations between shape parts. Structure-aware shape processing goes beyond local geometry and low level processing, and analyzes and processes shapes at a high level. It focuses more on the global inter and intra semantic relations among the parts of shape rather than on their local geometry. With recent developments in easy shape acquisition, access to vast repositories of 3D models, and simple-to-use desktop fabrication possibilities, the study of structure in shapes has become a central research topic in shape analysis, editing, and modeling. In this talk I will talk about our recent findings and discuss about the emerging challenges and future research directions.

Sampling and Reconstruction of High-Dimensional Visual Appearance

Day 3 09:00 LT1, 3/F, CMC

Bio

Ravi Ramamoorthi is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley since Jan 2009. Earlier, he received his BS, MS degrees from Caltech and his PhD from Stanford University in 2002, after which he joined the faculty of the computer science department at Columbia University. He is interested in many areas of computer graphics, computer vision and signal-processing, having published more than 90 papers, including 45 in ACM SIGGRAPH/Transactions on Graphics. He has received a number of research awards, including the 2007 ACM SIGGRAPH Significant New Researcher Award for his work in computer graphics, and the 2008 White House US Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers for his work on physics-based computer vision. He was also awarded the NSF Career Award (2005), Sloan Fellowship (2005), ONR Young Investigator Award (2007) and Okawa Foundation Research Grant (2011). Many of his contributions, such as spherical harmonic lighting and importance sampling, are widely used in industry. He has also been a leader in education, teaching the first open online course in computer graphics with total enrollments to date of 50,000 students, and he has advised more than 20 postdoctoral, Ph.D. and MS students.

Abstract

Many problems in computer graphics and computer vision involve high-dimensional 3D-8D visual datasets. Real-time image synthesis with changing lighting and view is often accomplished by pre-computing the 6D light transport function (2 dimensions each for spatial position, incident lighting and viewing direction). Realistic image synthesis also often involves acquisition of appearance data from real-world objects; a BRDF (Bi-Directional Reflection Distribution Function) that measures the scattering of light at a single surface location is 4D and spatial variation and subsurface scattering involve 6D-8D functions. Volumetric appearance datasets are increasingly used for realism and can involve billions of voxels in three dimensions. In computer vision, problems like lighting insensitive facial recognition similarly involve understanding the space of appearance variation across lighting and view.

Since hundreds of samples may be required in each dimension, and the total size is exponential in the dimensionality, brute force acquisition or precomputation is often not even feasible. In this talk, we describe a signal-processing approach that exploits the coherence, sparsity and inherent low-dimensionality of the visual data, to derive novel efficient sampling and reconstruction algorithms. We describe a variety of new computational methods and applications, from affine wavelet transforms for real-time rendering with area lights, to space-time and space-angle frequency analysis for motion blur and global illumination, to compressive light transport acquisition. In computer vision, we introduce a new framework of differential photometric reconstruction to tame the complexity of real-world reflectance functions. The results point toward a unified sampling theory applicable to many areas of signal processing, computer graphics and computer vision.

Oral

*: IEEE Full Conference Paper

Visibility & Rendering Techniques

Chair: Ming-Te Chi

Day 1 10:20 – 12:05 LT2

  • Parallel and Adaptive Visibility Sampling for Rendering Dynamic Scenes with Spatially-Varying Reflectance Rui Wang, Minghao Pan, Xiang Han, Weifeng Chen, Hujun Bao
  • Geometric Multi-Covering Rouven Strauss, Florin Isvoranu, Gershon Elber
  • Effective Traversal Algorithms and Hardware Architecture for Pyramidal Inverse Displacement Mapping Hyuck-Joo Kwon, Jae-Ho Nah, Dinesh Manocha, Woo-Chan Park
  • Time and Space Coherent Occlusion Culling for Tileable Extended 3D Worlds Dorian Gomez, Mathias Paulin, David Vanderhaeghe, Pierre Poulin
  • Simulation of Wave Effects based on Ray Tracing Fukun Wu, Changwen Zheng
Segmentation

Chair: Abel Gomes

Day 1 10:20 – 12:15 LT1

  • Interactive Shape Co-segmentation via Label Propagation Zizhao Wu, Ruyang Shou, Yunhai Wang, Xinguo Liu
  • 3D Shapes Co-Segmentation by Combining Fuzzy C-Means with Random Walks Feiqian Zhang, Zhengxing Sun, Mofei Song, Xufeng Lang, Hai Yan
  • Tooth Segmentation on Dental Meshes using Morphologic Skeleton Kan Wu, Li Chen, Jing LI, Yanheng Zhou
  • Multi-Branched Cerebrovascular Segmentation Based on Phase-field and Likelihood Model Shifeng Zhao, Mingquan Zhou, Taorui Jia, Pengfei Xu, Zhongke Wu, Yun Tian, Peng Yu, Jesse S. Jin
  • Feature-based Simplification of Boundary Representation Models Using Sequential Iterative Volume Decomposition Byung Chul Kim, Duhwan Mun
Animation

Chair: Hongxin Zhang

Day 1 13:45 – 15:15 LT2

  • An Eigen-based Motion Retrieval Method for Real-Time Animation Pengjie Wang, Rynson W.H. Lau, Zhigeng Pan, Jiang Wang, Haiyu Song
  • A Novel Locomotion Synthesis and Optimization Framework for Insects Shihui Guo, Jian Chang, Yang Cao, Jianjun Zhang
  • Geometry-Constrained Crowd Formation Animation Liping Zheng, Jianming Zhao, Yajun Cheng, Haibo Chen, Xiaoping Liu, Wenping Wang
  • A Data-Driven Approach to Efficient Character Articulation Yin Chen, Yu-Kun Lai, Zhi-Quan Cheng, Ralph R. Martin, Shi-Yao Jin
Consolidation & Reconstruction

Chair: Junhai Yong

Day 1 13:45 – 15:10 LT1

  • Efficient Boundary Surface Reconstruction from Heterogeneous Volumetric Data via Tri-Prism Decomposition Ming Wang, Wei Chen, Jie-Qing Feng
  • Robust Surface Consolidation of Scanned Thick Point Clouds Xiaochao Wang, Xiuping Liu, Hong Qin
  • TV-L1 Optimization for B-spline Surface Reconstruction with Sharp Features Xiaoqun Wu, Yiyu Cai, Jianmin Zheng
  • Robust Reconstruction of Interior Building Structures with Multiple Rooms under Clutter and Occlusions Claudio Mura, Oliver Mattausch, Alberto Jaspe Villanueva, Enrico Gobbetti, Renato Pajarola
  • Fitting Multiple Curves to Point Clouds with Complicated Topological Structures Dongfang Zhu, Pengbo Bo, Yuanfeng Zhou, Caiming Zhang, Kuanquan Wang
New Trends in VLSI CAD: From Mask to Logic

Chair: Evangeline F.Y. Young

Day 1 15:35 – 17:35 LT2

  • A New Level-set-based Inverse Lithography Algorithm for Process Robustness Improvement with Attenuated Phase Shift Mask Zhen Geng, Zheng Shi, Xiaolang Yan, Kaisheng Luo
  • Bridging the Gap between Global Routing and Detailed Routing: a Practical Congestion Model Zhongdong Qi, Yici Cai, Qian Zhou
  • Thermal Analysis with Considering Interactions among Temperature/Power/Heat Conductance and Its Fast Precondition-Solving Algorithm FPSCG Jiaqi Wang, Yuedou Pan, Liang Tang, Zuying Luo
  • Voltage Drop Aware Power Pad Assignment and Floorplanning for Multi-voltage SoC Designs Zhufei Chu, Yinshui Xia, Lunyao Wang, Jian Wang
  • An Efficient Zero-Aliasing Space Compactor Based on Elementary Gates Combined with XOR Gates Yongxia Liu, Aijiao Cui
  • Equivalence Checking Between SLM and TLM Using Coverage Directed Simulation Jian Hu, Tun Li, Sikun Li
  • Design and Implementation of a Delay-based PUF for FPGA IP Protection Jiliang Zhang, Qiang Wu, Yongqiang Lyu, Qiang Zhou, Yici Cai, Yaping Lin, Gang Qu
  • Logic Minimization Based on Dual Logic Wang Lunyao, Xia Yinshui
Image Processing

Chair: Xiaoyang Mao

Day 1 15:35 – 17:40 LT1

  • General Image Denoising Framework based on Compressive Sensing Theory Jianqiu Jin, Bailing Yang, Kewei Liang, Xun Wang
  • Efficient Schemes for Joint Isotropic and Anisotropic Total Variation Minimization for Deblurring Images Corrupted by Impulsive Noise Yong Li, Zhangjin Huang
  • Feature-Preserving Filtering with L0 Gradient Minimization Xuan Cheng, Ming Zeng, Xinguo Liu
  • Detecting Soft Shadows in a Single Outdoor Image: From Local Edge-based Models to Global Constraint Qi Dong, Yanli Liu, Qijun Zhao, Hongyu Yang
  • Image-based Relighting from A Sparse Set of Outdoor Images Xuehong Zhou, Guanyu Xing, Zhipeng Ding, Yanli Liu, Qunsheng Peng
Rendering

Chair: Ravi Ramamoorthi

Day 2 10:30 – 11:55 LT2

  • Adaptive Importance Photon Shooting Technique Xiaodan Liu, Changwen Zheng
  • P-RPF: Pixel-based Random Parameter Filtering for Monte Carlo Rendering Hyosub Park, Bochang Moon, Soomin Kim, Sung-Eui Yoon
  • Real-time Multi-scale Refraction under All-frequency Environmental Lighting Jie Guo, Jingui Pan
  • Screen-Space Ambient Occlusion Using A-buffer Techniques Fabian Bauer, Martin Knuth, Jan Bender
  • Multi-resolution Shadow Mapping using CUDA Rasterizer Peng Huang, Xuehui Liu, Enhua Wu
Parameterization & Retrieval

Chair: Niloy Mitra

Day 2 10:30 – 11:55 LT1

  • Domain Construction for Volumetric Cross-Parameterization Tsz-Ho Kwok, Charlie C.L. Wang
  • An Adapted Parameterization for Smooth Geometry Images Riming Sun, Shengfa Wang, Junjie Cao, Bo Li, Zhixun Su
  • GBI-SA: GBI Feature with Subtle Adjustment for Robust Non-Rigid 3D Shape Retrieval Zhenzhong Kuang, Zongmin Li, Qian Lv, Yujie Liu
  • Retrieving 3D Model Using Compound-Eye Visual Representation Liang Li, Shusheng Zhang, Xiaoliang Bai, Li Shao
  • ECDS: An Effective Shape Signature using Electrical Charge Distribution on the Shape Zhiyang Li, Wenyu Qu, Junjie Cao, Heng Qi, Milos Stojmenovic
Performance Capture

Chair: Weiyin Ma

Day 2 13:30 – 14:40 LT2

  • SCAPE-Based Human Performance Reconstruction Jiaxiang Zheng, Ming Zeng, Xuan Cheng, Xinguo Liu
  • Dynamic Human Surface Reconstruction Using a Single Kinect Ming Zeng, Jiaxiang Zheng, Xuan Cheng, Bo Jiang, Xinguo Liu
  • High Quality Binocular Facial Performance Capture from Partially Blurred Image Sequence Jian Jiang, Ming Zeng, Bojun Liang, Xinguo Liu
  • Markerless 3D Hand Posture Estimation from Monocular Video by Two-level Searching Iek-Kuong Pun, I-Chen Lin, Tsung-Hsien Tang
Deformation & Texture

Chair: Oscar Kin-Chung Au

Day 2 13:30 – 14:30 LT1

  • Visual Saliency Guided Global and Local Resizing for 3D Models Yongwei Miao, Haibin Lin
  • Semantic Cage Generation for FE Mesh Editing Chuhua Xian, Tianming Zhang, Shuming Gao
  • Inversion Free and Topology Compatible Tetrahedral Mesh Warping Driven by Boundary Surface Deformation Wenjing Zhang, Yuewen Ma, Jianmin Zheng
  • Stego-Marbling-Texture Jiayi Xu, Xiaoyang Mao, Xiaogang Jin, Aubrey Jaffer, Shufang Lu, Li Li, Masahiro Toyoura
Simulation

Chair: Alberto Raposo

Day 3 10:30 – 11:55 LT2

  • Canopy-Frame Interactions for Umbrella Simulation Faming Li, Xiaowu Chen, Lin Wang, Qinping Zhao
  • A Simple Method to Animate Vegetation in Images Using Simulation-guided Grid-based Warping Kan Chen, Henry Johan
  • Synthesizing Solid-induced Turbulence for Particle-based Fluids Xuqiang Shao, Zhong Zhou, Jinsong Zhang, Wei Wu
  • Accelerated Viscous Fluid Simulation Using Position-Based Constraints Tetsuya Takahashi, Issei Fujishiro
  • Physical Modeling and Configuration Simulation for Constrained Cables of Electromechanical Products Hongwang Du, Wei Xiong, Haitao Wang, Zuwen Wang, Bin Yuan
CAGD

Chair: Gershon Elber

Day 3 10:30 – 11:50 LT1

  • Footpoint Distance as a Measure of Distance Computation Between Curves and Surfaces Bharath Ram Sundar, Abhijith Chundoor, Rajat Tiwari, Ashish Gupta, Ramanathan Muthuganapathy
  • Measuring Length and Girth of a Tubular Shape by Quasi-Helixes Shi-Qing Xin, Shuangmin Chen, Jieyu Zhao, Zhigeng Pan
  • Polar Embedded Catmull-Clark Subdivision Surfaces Jianzhong Wang, Fuhua Cheng
  • Isogeometric Analysis based on a Set of Truncated Interpolatory Basis Functions Xiaoyun Yuan, Weiyin Ma
Visualization

Chair: Issei Fujishiro

Day 3 13:30 – 15:10 LT2

  • An Image-space Energy-saving Visualization Scheme for OLED Displays Haidong Chen, Ji Wang, Weifeng Chen, Huamin Qu, Wei Chen
  • Visitpedia: Wiki Article Visit Log Visualization for Event Exploration Yun Sun, Yubo Tao, Geng Yang, Hai Lin
  • Network-based Clustering and Embedding for High-Dimensional Data Visualization Hengyuan Zhang, Xiaowu Chen
  • Volume Upscaling using Local Self-Examples for High Quality Volume Visualization Qirui Wang, Yubo Tao, Chao Wang, Feng Dong, Hai Lin, Gordon Clapworthy
  • Gradient Octrees: A New Scheme for Remote Interactive Exploration of Volume Models Lazaro Campoalegre Vera, Isabel Navazo Alvaro, Pere Brunet Crosa
  • CAVIAR-Based Vortex Core Region Detection Li Zhang, Raghu Machiraju, David Thompson
Image Editing

Chair: Qunsheng Peng

Day 3 13:30 – 15:10 LT1

  • Efficient Manifold Preserving Edit Propagation with Adaptive Neighborhood Size Li-Qian Ma, Kun Xu
  • Confidence-Driven Image Co-matting Linbo Wang, Tianchen Xia, Yanwen Guo, Ligang Liu, Jue Wang
  • Image Compositing using Dominant Patch Transformations Hao Wu, Dan Xu
  • Efficient View Manipulation for Cuboid-Structured Images Yanwen Guo, Guiping Zhang, Zili Lan, Wenping Wang
CAD & Interactive Techniques

Chair: Fuhua Cheng

Day 3 15:30 – 17:10 LT2

  • Sketch2Jewelry: Semantic Feature Modeling for Sketch-based Jewelry Design Long Zeng, Yong-jin Liu, Jin Wang, Dong-liang Zhang, Matthew Ming-Fai Yuen
  • AIMtechKinect: A Kinect Based Interaction-oriented Gesture Recognition System Designed for Students with Severe Intellectual Disabilities Chen Li, Horace Ho-Shing Ip
  • CAD-Centered Integration and Efficient Visualization of Multidisciplinary Simulation Data Yanli Shao, Yusheng Liu, Xiaoping Ye, Yamin Fang
  • Real-Time Label Visualization in Massive CAD Models Renato Deris Prado, Alberto Barbosa Raposo
  • Interactive Rendering for Large-Scale Mesh Based on MapReduce Hongxin Zhang, Biao Zhu, Wei Chen
  • Interactive Tensor Field Design Based on Line Singularities Jiazhou Chen, Qi Lei, Fan Zhong, Qunsheng Peng
Curves & Surfaces

Chair: Guiqing Li

Day 3 15:30 – 17:15 LT1

  • Projecting Points onto Planar Parametric Curves by Local Biarc Approximation Haichuan Song, Xin Xu, Kanle Shi, Junhai Yong
  • A Continuation Algorithm for Planar Implicit Curves with Singularities Abel Gomes
  • Triangulation of Molecular Surface Based on Extracting the Surface Atoms Jingqiao Zhang, Zhe Shi
  • Computation of Voronoi Diagram of Planar Freeform Closed Convex Curves Using Touching Discs Bharath Ram Sundar, Ramanathan Muthuganapathy
  • G2-continuity Blending of Ball B-Spline Curve using Extension Qianqian Jiang, Zhongke Wu, Ting Zhang, Xingce Wang, Mingquan Zhou, Hock Soon Seah

Posters

Posters Fast Forward Session

Day 2 14:50-15:30 LT1

Posters Session

Day 2 16:00-17:30 CMC Gallery, 3/F, CMC

  • P01 3D Ear Matching Using Local Salient Shape Feature Xiaopeng Sun, Guan Wang
  • P02 A Binary Descriptor Structured on More Spatial Information Hui Guobao, Li Dongbo
  • P03 A Fast Normal-based Subdivision Scheme for Curve and Surface Design Mao Aihua, Chen Jun, Luo Jie
  • P04 A Feature-based Approach for Detecting Global Symmetries in CAD Models with Free-form Surfaces Junfeng Jiang, Zhengming Chen, Kunjin He
  • P05 A New Design Rationale Knowledge Evaluation Method Shikai Jing, Jihong Liu, Hongfei Zhan
  • P06 Automatic Matting of Identification Photos Wenshuang Tan, Tiantian Fan, Xudong Chen, Yaobin Ouyang , Dong Wang, Guiqing Li
  • P07 Automatic Motion Capture Data Denoising via Filtered Local Subspace Affinity and Low Rank Approximation Shu-Juan Peng, Xin Liu, Zhen Cui, Zhipeng Xie, Duansheng Chen
  • P08 Coherent Stylized Lines for Mesh Surfaces by Contour Triangles Liming Lou, Lu Wang, Xiangxu Meng
  • P09 Composite Rigid Body Construction for Fast and Compact Dynamic Data Compression Zhiqiang Ma, Lili Wang, Xinwe Zhang, Wei Ke, Qinping Zhao
  • P10 Counter-deformed Design of Ship Structural Parts using Geometric Shape Deformation based on Welding Distortion Estimation Sang-Uk Cheon, Byung Chul Kim, Duhwan Mun
  • P11 Creating Texture Exemplars from Unconstrained Images Yitzchak David Lockerman, Su Xue, Julie Dorsey, Holly Rushmeier
  • P12 Depth-of-field Rendering with Saliency-based Bilateral Filtering Weichen Xue, Dong Xing, Ming Lin, Jing Wang, Bin Sheng, Lizhuang Ma
  • P13 Direct Extraction of Feature Curves from Volume Image for Illustration and Vectorization based on 2D/3D Curve Mapping Liping Wang, Lili Wang, Fei Hou, Aimin Hao, Hong Qin
  • P14 Efficient 3D Reconstruction of Vessels from Multi-views of X-Ray Angiography Xinglong Liu, Fei Hou, Shuai Li, Aimin Hao, Hong Qin
  • P15 Energy-based Dissolution Simulation Min Jiang, Richard Southern, Safa Tharib, Jian Jun Zhang
  • P16 Exposing Blur Kernel from Retouch Image Zhenlong Du, Xiaoli Li, Yanwen Guo
  • P17 Face Image Illumination Transfer through Eye-relit 3D Basis Mengxia Yang, Hongyu Wu, Zhihong Fang, Xiaowu Chen
  • P18 Feature Extraction and Analysis for Scientific Understanding of Visual Art Zhang Yi, Pu Yuanyuan, Huang Yaqun, Xu Dan, Qian Wenhua
  • P19 G2-Continuity Extension Algorithm for Disk B-Spline Curve Ting Zhang, Xingce Wang, Qianqian Jiang, Zhongke Wu, Mingquan Zhou, Hock Soon Seah
  • P20 Geodesic Distance Weighted Nonlocal Filter for Depth Map Enhancement Li Li, Caimig Zhang
  • P21 Human Motion Retrieval Based on Sparse Coding and Touchless Interactions Liuyang Zhou, Howard Leung
  • P22 Illusory Motions on Surfaces Ming-Te Chi, Chih-Yuan Yao, Tong-Yee Lee, Eugene Zhang
  • P23 Indoor Structure Understanding from Single 360 Cylindrical Panoramic Image Hao Yang, Hui Zhang
  • P24 InSide: Interactive Sketching for Image Database Exploration Hongxin Zhang, Dongyu Liu, Changhan Wang
  • P25 iSarProjection: A KinectFusion Based Handheld Dynamic Spatial Augmented Reality System Mengwen Tan, Weipeng Xu, Dongdong Weng
  • P26 Multi-degree Reduction of Bezier Curves with Higher Approximation Order Xiao-Diao Chen, Weiyin Ma, Yangtian Ye
  • P27 Multi-level Structuralized MBD Model for Manufacturing Reuse of Mechanical Parts Rui Huang, Shusheng Zhang, Liang Li, Xiaoliang Bai
  • P28 Paint Desirable Subjects with Interactive Video Feedback Ruimin Lyu, Haotian Wu, Zhongliang Yang
  • P29 Polynomial Minimal Surfaces of Arbitrary Degree with Isothermal Parameter Yong-Xia Hao, Ren-Hong Wang, Chong-Jun Li
  • P30 Projector-Screen Matching Image Generation Technology for Spatial Augmented Reality Chunchao Huang, Dongdong Weng, Yufeng Li, Haiyun Zhou
  • P31 Real-time Appearance Modification of Textured Object using Superimposed Projection Feng Chen, Yue Liu
  • P32 Real-Time Auto Stylized Sand Art Drawing Peng-Yu Chen, Sai-Keung Wong
  • P33 Real-time High Resolution Fusion of Depth Maps on GPU Dmitry Trifonov
  • P34 Resolving Cloth Penetrations with Discrete Collision Detection Jing Zhao, Juntao Ye, Jituo Li
  • P35 ROI-emphasized Volume Visualization guided by Anisotropic Structure Tensor Wei Xie, Fei Hou, Shuai Li, Aimin Hao, Hong Qin
  • P36 Saliency-Aware Volume Data Resizing by Surface Carving Qichao Wang, Yubo Tao, Hai Lin
  • P37 Scalable Mesh Deformation with Controllable Stiffness Yong Zhao
  • P38 Speeding Up SIFT Algorithm by Multi-core Processor Supporting SIMD Instruction Sets Fuhui Wu, Qingbo Wu, Yusong Tan, Xiaoli Sun
  • P39 The Study and Application of the Product Image Survey and Retrieval System based on Kansei Engineering Tang Zhichuan, Sun Shouqian, Guan Hongyue, Yang Zhongliang
  • P40 Using Local Complexity to Accelerate Screen Space Ambient Occlusion Geng Cheng, Xiangsong Qiu, Yanci Zhang

Banquet

Royal Palace Chinese Restaurant

Day 2 18:30-21:00

Royal Palace Chinese Restaurant 帝廷酒家

Address: 9/F, No. 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (尖沙咀北京道一號九字樓)

Tel: 3422 8628

Tours of Pure Land

Pure Land Project page
Tours

Venue: Gallery 360, 8/F, CMC

  • Session 1: 13:15 – 13:45, Day 1
  • Session 2: 18:15 – 18:45, Day 1
  • Session 3: 18:45 – 19:15, Day 1
  • Session 4: 13:00 – 13:30, Day 2
  • Session 5: 13:00 – 13:30, Day 3
Project Description

Pure Land immerses visitors in the quintessential heritage of hundreds of Buddhist grotto temples, an art treasury abounding with murals, statues and architectural monuments. This UNESCO World Heritage site, also known as the Caves of the Thousand Buddhas is located at Dunhuang, a small town in northwestern China that is an oasis in the Gobi desert. It was a gateway to and from China on the ancient Silk Road, which carried trade between China, western Asia and India from the 2nd century BC until the 14th century AD for over 1000 years.

Using pioneering virtual reality technology, artists and scientists at CityU have developed an extraordinary new animated 3D experience. Visitors are immersed in a large 360-degree panoramic projection theatre that gives a true-to-life experience of being inside a cave temple and seeing its magnificent Buddhist wall paintings at one-to-one scale. Figures and objects in these paintings are dramatized by means of spectacular interactive 3D animations and digital effects that reveal their painterly beauty and underlying narrative meanings.

Pure Land brings to life the story painted as a single composition on the north wall of Cave 220, known as Bhaisajyaguru’s Eastern Paradise. The detailed mural depicts the paradise Eastern Pure Land of the Medicine Buddha, Bhaisajyaguru. It shows the seven forms or emanations that Bhaisajyaguru can assume as a healer. They stand in a row on lotus platforms with a pool below alongside numerous musicians that are accompanying four performing dancers. The Bhaisajyaguru sutra tells of the twelve great vows of the Buddha, relating to the provision of food, drink, clothing, medicine, and spiritual aids. Devotees were encouraged to light lamps in worship and this is depicted in this painting to either side of the musicians and in the altar with lamps between the dancers.

Publications

All regular papers accepted to CAD/Graphics 2013 will be published in a special issue of the Computers and Graphics Journal (Elsevier) to appear in ScienceDirect before the conference. Computers and Graphics is indexed in both SCI and EI. Other papers accepted will be published by Conference Publishing Services (CPS), submitted to the IEEE Digital Library, and submitted for indexing by EI. Selected papers on Electronic Design Automation will be referred to Science China (Information Sciences) or Journal of Computer Science and Technology to be considered for post-conference publication.

Submission

All contributions submitted to CAD/Graphics 2013 must be original, unpublished work. Any work that has previously been published or simultaneously been submitted in a substantially similar form to any other conference or journal will be rejected. Manuscripts must be written and presented in English.

Prepare your submission as a PDF file. Please use the Elsevier "elsarticle" LaTeX style to prepare your document. Please ensure your manuscript is set as double-column and that line numbers are included. For convenience, you may use this LaTeX template with the elsarticle class. In case you do not use LaTeX to typeset your paper, please reproduce the style and layout in the sample PDF file as closely as you can in the system you are using. The standard page limit is 10 pages, including figures, tables and references. The review process will be double blind. Please remove all personal data (like author, affiliation, etc.) from your submission!

Paper submission due

August 5, 2013 - 23:59 UTC/GMT
(August 6, 2013 - 07:59 Hong Kong Time)

Submission system

  1. To submit: go to http://ees.elsevier.com/cag/ and click on "submit paper" in the top menu and log in (you will have to create an account if you don't have one already).
  2. Pick "Special issue: CAD/Graphics 2013" in the drop-down list of Article Types.
  3. While attaching files, please upload your abstract (e.g., as a text file) for "Anonymous Cover Letter", and your paper for "PDF of Manuscript".
  4. To complete your submission, don't forget approve your submission:
    1. click on Submissions Waiting for Author's Approval;
    2. click on Approve Submission.
    In a few minutes you will receive email confirmation. If you have not received a confirmation email, please contact cadcg2013hk@gmail.com. Note that all the approved submissions will be sent to the journal office and in general CANNOT be revised/removed afterwards. If changing your approved submission is really necessary (before the deadline), please contact the Editor in Chief at computers-and-graphics@inesc-id.pt.

Topics

The conference solicits original submissions on theory and applications of Computer-Aided Design, Computer Graphics, Electronic Design Automation, Visualization and related disciplines. The topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Geometric, Solid and Heterogeneous Modeling
  • Rendering Techniques
  • Computer Animation
  • Image and Video Processing
  • Computer Graphics Systems and Hardware
  • Computer Graphics in Arts and Education
  • Computer Theory and Engineering
  • Scientific Computing and Visualization
  • Information Visualization
  • Image based Modeling and Rendering
  • Computer Vision
  • CAD Database, Data Exchange and Standards
  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
  • Computer Human Interface
  • Applications of Computational Geometry
  • Integration of CAD/CAE/CAM
  • Design Computing and AI in Design
  • Computer-Aided IC Design
  • Reverse Engineering Process Planning and Assembly Design
  • EDA: Electronic Design Automation
  • Bio-CAD and Nano-CAD
  • Computational Photography

Conference Organization

Honorary Co-Chairs

  • Horace Ho-Shing Ip, City University of Hong Kong
  • Jean-Claude Paul, INRIA
  • Qunsheng Peng, Zhejiang University
  • Jiaguang Sun, Tsinghua University/NSFC

Conference Co-Chairs

  • Bruno Levy, INRIA
  • David Z. Pan, University of Texas at Austin
  • Wenping Wang, University of Hong Kong
  • Jun-Hai Yong, Tsinghua University

Program Co-Chairs

  • Hongbo Fu, City University of Hong Kong
  • Joaquim A Jorge, IST/UTL
  • Bin Wang, Tsinghua University
  • Eugene Zhang, Oregon State University

Organization Chair

  • Oscar Kin-Chung Au, City University of Hong Kong

International Program Committee

  1. Ken Anjyo OLM Digital
  2. Hujun Bao Zhejiang University
  3. Jernej Barbič University of Southern California
  4. Christopher Batty Columbia University
  5. Alexander G. Belyaev Heriot-Watt University
  6. Jinian Bian Tsinghua University
  7. Mark Billinghurst University of Canterbury
  8. Ronan Boulic EPFL
  9. Derek Bradley Disney Research Zurich
  10. Michael S. Brown National University of Singapore
  11. Yong Cao Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  12. Guoning Chen University of Houston
  13. Falai Chen University of Science and Technology of China
  14. Bing-Yu Chen National Taiwan University
  15. Fuhua Cheng University of Kentucky
  16. Yiorgos Chrysanthou University of Cyprus
  17. Yung-Yu Chuang National Taiwan University
  18. Daniel Cohen-Or Tel Aviv University
  19. Jonathan Corney Strathclyde University
  20. Stelian Coros Disney Research Zurich
  21. Robert Cripps The University of Birmingham
  22. Zhigang Deng University of Houston
  23. Tamal Dey Ohio State University
  24. Yoshinori Dobashi Hokkaido University
  25. Zhao Dong Cornell University
  26. Elmar Eisemanm TU Delft
  27. Gershon Elber Israel Institute of Technology
  28. Shiaofen Fang Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  29. Leila De Floriani University of Genova
  30. Chi-Wing Fu Nanyang Technological University
  31. Xiaoshan Gao Chinese Academy of Sciences
  32. Yotam Gingold George Mason University
  33. Ron Goldman Rice University
  34. Xianfeng Gu Stony Brook University
  35. Yang Guo National University of Defense Technology
  36. Stefanie Hahmann Grenoble Institute of Technology
  37. Kai Hormann University of Lugano
  38. Qiming Hou Zhejiang University
  39. Shi-Min Hu Tsinghua University
  40. Matthias Hullin University of British Columbia
  41. Yuki Igarashi University of Tsukuba
  42. Wooyoung Jang Dankook University
  43. Levent Bura Kara CMU
  44. Michael Kazhdan Johns Hopkins University
  45. Myung-Soo Kim Seoul National University
  46. Deok Soo Kim Hanyang University
  47. Min H. Kim KAIST
  48. Young J. Kim EWHA Womans University
  49. Vladlen Koltun Stanford University
  50. Taku Komura University of Edinburgh
  51. Johannes Kopf Microsoft Research
  52. Jaroslav Křivánek Charles University in Prague
  53. Florent Lafarge INRIA
  54. Yu-Kun Lai Cardiff University
  55. Seungyong Lee Pohang University of Science and Technology
  56. Hendrik Lensch Uni Tübingen
  57. Hao Li Industrial Light & Magic
  1. Guiqing Li South China University of Technology
  2. Yaron Lipman Weizmann Institute of Science
  3. Feng Liu Portland State University
  4. Shixia Liu Microsoft Research Asia
  5. Yang Liu Microsoft Research Asia
  6. Ligang Liu USTC
  7. Yong-Jin Liu Tsinghua University
  8. Weiyin Ma City University of Hong Kong
  9. Yuchun Ma Tsinghua University
  10. Kwan-Liu Ma University of California at Davis
  11. Ralph Martin Cardiff University
  12. Gopi Meenakshisundaram UC, Irvine
  13. Ming Ouhyoung National Taiwan University
  14. Niloy Mitra UCL
  15. Ahmad Nasri American University of Beirut
  16. Manuel M. Oliveira Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  17. Alexander Pasko Bournemouth University
  18. Jorg Peters U of Florida
  19. Julien Pettré INRIA/IRISA
  20. Konrad Polthier Freie Universität Berlin
  21. Hong Qin Stony Brook University
  22. Tobias Ritschel MPI
  23. Andrei Sharf Ben-Gurion University
  24. Michela Spagnuolo CNR
  25. Bob Sumner Disney Research Zurich
  26. Hiromasa Suzuki The University of Tokyo
  27. Yu-Wing Tai KAIST
  28. Ayellet Tal Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
  29. Ping Tan National University of Singapore
  30. Kai Tang HKUST
  31. Marco Tarini CNR
  32. Gabriel Taubin Brown University
  33. Thorsten Thormählen Philipps-Universität
  34. Xin Tong Microsoft Research Asia
  35. Yiying Tong Michigan State University
  36. Changhe Tu Shandong University
  37. Charlie Wang Chinese University of Hong Kong
  38. Huamin Wang Ohio State University
  39. Jue Wang Adobe Research
  40. Rui Wang University of Massachusetts Amherst
  41. Yu-Shuen Wang National Chiao Tung University
  42. Jingdong Wang Microsoft Research Asia
  43. Ofir Weber University of Haifa
  44. Gordon Wetzstein MIT Media Lab
  45. Michael Wimmer Vienna University of Technology
  46. Tien-Tsin Wong The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  47. Enhua Wu IOS/CAS & UM
  48. Kai Xu National University of Defense Technology
  49. Yizhou Yu University of Hong Kong
  50. Gang Zeng Peking University
  51. Hongbin Zha Peking University
  52. Hao (Richard) Zhang Simon Fraser University
  53. Jianmin Zheng Nanyang Technological University
  54. Youyi Zheng KAUST
  55. Kun Zhou Zhejiang University
  56. Matthias Zwicker University of Bern

Co-located Events

16/11 (Sat) 17/11 (Sun) 18/11 (Mon) 19/11 (Tue) 20/11 (Wed) 21/11 (Thur) 22/11 (Fri)
CAD/Graphics 2013 ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2013
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SIGGRAPH Asia 2013

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Event Dates and Venue

Conference: 19 – 22 November
Exhibition: 20 – 22 November
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

The 6th ACM SIGGRAPH Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques Asia will take place in Hong Kong from 19 – 22 November at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

What to Expect at SIGGRAPH Asia 2013

Both a conference and trade exhibition, get to meet, see, and interact with the international computer graphics and interactive techniques community at large. Witness the astounding advancements of computer graphics technologies, where stellar ideas blend with boundless artistry.

At the conference, look forward to a program line-up that includes the Art Gallery, Computer Animation Festival, Courses, Emerging Technologies, Posters, Symposium on Mobile Graphics and Interactive Applications, Technical Briefs, and Technical Papers.

The trade exhibition will offer participants hardware and software vendors to studios, educational and research institutions a vibrant platform to market their innovative products and services to computer graphics and interactive techniques professionals from Asia and beyond.

Prior Conference

  1. CAD/Graphics 2011 - Shandong University, Jinan, China
  2. CAD/Graphics 2009 - Yellow Mountain, China
  3. CAD/Graphics 2007 - Beijing, China
  4. CAD/Graphics 2005 - HongKong, China
  5. CAD/Graphics 2003 - Macao, China
  6. CAD/Graphics 2001 - KunMing, China