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SIGGRAPH’s annual Technical Papers program is the premier international forum for disseminating new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive techniques. As a preview of this year’s upcoming conference, the program trailer is below.
Submissions to the Technical Papers program are received from around the world and feature high quality, never-before-seen scholarly work. Those who submit technical papers are held to extremely high standards in order to qualify. SIGGRAPH 2016 accepted 119 juried technical papers (162 total; out of 467 submissions) for this year’s showcase — an acceptance rate of 25 percent. As per SIGGRAPH tradition, the papers were chosen by a qualified jury comprised of members from academia and industry experts.
“Among the trends we noticed from this year’s submissions was that research in core topics continues while the field itself broadens and matures. We saw nine papers on fabrication, and more synergy between topics such as machine learning, perception, and high-level interaction,” said SIGGRAPH 2016 Technical Papers Program Chair John Snyder.
Of the 119 juried papers, the percentage breakdown based on topic area is as follows: 33% geometry/modeling; 19% image; 14% animation; 12% rendering; 10% physical simulation; 5% displays/virtual reality; 5% acquisition; and, 2% interaction.
Highlights from the SIGGRAPH 2016 Technical Papers program include:Shadow Theatre: Discovering Human Motion From a Sequence of Silhouettes
Jungdam Won and Jehee Lee, Seoul National University
Mapping Virtual and Physical Reality
Qi Sun and Arie Kaufman, Stony Brook University; Li-Yi Wei, University of Hong Kong
Flow-Guided Warping for Image-Based Shape Manipulation
Romain Vergne and Georges-Pierre Bonneau, Université Grenoble Alpes Centre national de la recherche scientifique, INRIA; Pascal Barla, INRIA; and, Roland W. Fleming, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
Beyond Developable: Computational Design and Fabrication With Auxetic Materials
Mark Pauly and Mina Konakovic, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL); Keenan Crane, Carnegie Mellon University; Sofien Bouaziz, Bailin Deng - University of Hull; and, Daniel Piker
AutoHair: Fully Automatic Hair Modeling From A Single Image
Menglei Chai, Tianjia Shao, Hongzhi Wu, Yanlin Weng, and Kun Zhou, Zhejiang University
Introducing the first fully automatic method for 3D hair modeling from a single image. The method's efficacy and robustness is demonstrated on internet photos, resulting in a database of 50K 3D hair models and a corresponding hairstyle space that covers a wide range of real-world hairstyles.
SketchiMo: Sketch-Based Motion Editing for Articulated Characters
Byungkuk Choi, Roger Blanco I. Ribera Korea, Seokpyo Hong, Haegwang Eom, Sunjin Jung, and Junyong Noh, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; and, J.P. Lewis and Yeongho Seol, Weta Digital Ltd.
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