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New MRC Funded Collaborative Project - Camera

New MRC Funded Collaborative Project

Prof Darren Cosker will launch a new collaborative project funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC), working alongside Dr Isabelle Mareschal (Principal Investigator), of Queen Mary University and Prof Essi Viding of University College London. The project will investigate individual differences in facial emotion perception and their association with psychiatric risk indicators.

World Space Week: ESA Project Update - Camera

World Space Week: ESA Project Update

European Space Agency Project Update Researchers at CAMERA, James Cowburn, Dr Dario Cazzola, and Dr Steffi Colyer have been assessing the movement forces on human lower limbs in low gravity settings using computer simulation and anti-gravity devices. The joint European Space Agency (ESA) – University of Bath project aims to inform ESA’s operational experts who...

SIGGRAPH Asia, ICCV and Pacific Graphics Papers Accepted - Camera

SIGGRAPH Asia, ICCV and Pacific Graphics Papers Accepted

Dr Yong-liang Yang, Senior Lecturer and CAMERA Co-Investigator has three papers accepted by SIGGRAPH Asia 2019, ICCV 2019, and Pacific Graphics 2019. Dr Yang’s research interests include Computer Graphics, Geometric Modelling, Computational Design, Interactive Techniques, Virtual and Augmented Reality, and Applied Machine Learning.

Upcoming ‘Games as Heritage’ Seminar - Camera

Upcoming ‘Games as Heritage’ Seminar

If you are interested in Artificial Intelligence (AI), games, heritage, or archaeology, come to the seminar on Games as Heritage. Topics of discussion will be the analysis of ancient games using modern AI techniques, and the main challenges with the preservation of videogames.

Presentation at the Symposium on Applied Perception - Camera

Presentation at the Symposium on Applied Perception

This coming Friday, Jacob Hadnett-Hunter will attend the Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP 2019) in Barcelona to present a recently published a paper in Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) called ‘The effect of task on visual attention in interactive virtual environments‘. The SAP 2019 provides an intimate, immersive forum for researchers who combine knowledge, methods,...

Towards more Immersive Panoramas - Camera

Towards more Immersive Panoramas

CAMERA’s Dr Christian Richardt will be giving a talk at BRLSI (Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution) this Wednesday, 11 September at 19:30. Towards more Immersive Panoramas Panoramas have been fascinating people for more than 200 years, yet recent advances make them more immersive than ever.