IEEE International Workshop on Projector-Camera Systems (PROCAMS-2003)

Contact: Rahul Sukthankar (

Organizing Committee:


Time Session
09:00-09:30 Opening and Introduction
Rahul Sukthankar
Intel Research & Carnegie Mellon University
09:30-10:30 Keynote Address 1
Chair: Rahul Sukthankar

Projecting Usage as Well as Displays: Ecological Considerations in ProjVis Systems
Bill Buxton

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-11:45 Podium Session 1: Human-Computer Interaction
Chair: Tat-Jen Cham

Projecting Rectified Images in an Augmented Environment
Stanislaw Borkowski, Olivier Riff, James L. Crowley
INRIA Rhône-Alpes

Applications of Steerable Projector-Camera Systems
Claudio Pinhanez, Rick Kjeldsen, Anthony Levas, Gopal Pingali, Mark Podlaseck, Noi Sukaviriya
IBM Research, T.J. Watson

Increasing the Usability of Virtual Rear Projection Displays
Jay Summet, Matthew Flagg, James M. Rehg, Gregory M. Corso, Gregory D. Abowd
Georgia Institute of Technology

11:45-12:45 Podium Session 2: Geometry
Chair: James M. Rehg

Online 3D Acquisition and Model Integration
(video-1, video-2)
Tobias Jaeggli, Thomas P. Koninckx, Luc Van Gool
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Efficient Dense Correspondences using Temporally Encoded Light Patterns
Nelson L. Chang
HP Labs

Super-Resolution Composition in Multi-Projector Displays
Christopher Jaynes, Divya Ramakrishnan
University of Kentucky

12:45-14:30 Lunch Break
14:30-15:30 Podium Session 3: Compensation
Chair: Rahul Sukthankar

Invited Talk: Aware Projectors
Ramesh Raskar
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratory

A Projection System with Radiometric Compensation for Screen Imperfections
(video-1, video-2, video-3)
Shree K. Nayar, Harish Peri, Michael D. Grossberg, Peter N. Belhumeur
Columbia University

Using a Camera to Capture and Correct Spatial Photometric Variation in Multi-Projector Displays
Aditi Majumder, David Jones, Matthew McCrory, Michael E. Papka, Rick Stevens
University of California, Irvine and Argonne National Laboratory

15:30-16:30 Poster Session and Break (includes student posters not listed below)

Enhanced Shape Recovery with Shuttered Pulses of Light
James Davis, Hector Gonzalez-Banos
Stanford University and Honda Research Institute

Local Methods for Measuring Tiled Display Alignment
Mark Hereld
Argonne National Laboratory

PixelFlex2: A Comprehensive, Automatic, Casually-Aligned Multi-Projector Display
Andrew Raij, Gennette Gill, Aditi Majumder, Herman Towles, Henry Fuchs
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
and University of California, Irvine

Framework for Designing Catadioptric Projection and Imaging Systems
Rahul Swaminathan, Shree K. Nayar, Michael D. Grossberg
Columbia University

Generating a Multiresolution Display by Integrating Multiple Projectors
Yu-Pao Tsai, Yian-Nien Wu, Yi-Ping Hung
Academia Sinica, National Taiwan University and National Chiao Thung University

Method for Increasing Apparent Amplitude Resolution, and Correcting Luminance Nonuniformity in Projected Displays
Robert Ulichney
HP Labs

DeskAlign: Automatically Aligning a Tiled Windows Desktop
Grant Wallace, Han Chen, Kai Li
Princeton University

Projector-Camera Based System for Fast Object Modeling
Guanghui Wang, Zhanyi Hu, Fuchao Wu, Hung-Tat Tsui
Chinese Academy of Science and Chinese University of Hong Kong

16:30-17:30 Podium Session 4: Interactive Projected Displays
Chair: Claudio Pinhanez

The Magic Table: Computer-Vision Based Augmentation of a Whiteboard for Creative Meetings
Francois Berard
University of Grenoble

Steady-State Feedback Analysis of Tele-Graffiti
Naoya Takao, Simon Baker, Jianbo Shi
Matsushita Research, Carnegie Mellon University
and University of Pennsylvania

Experiences Implementing and Using Personal Projected Displays
Mark Ashdown, Peter Robinson
University of Cambridge

17:30-18:30 Keynote Address 2
Chair: Claudio Pinhanez

Instant Immersion Environments
Myron Krueger

18:30-18:35 Closing Remarks
Rahul Sukthankar
Intel Research & Carnegie Mellon University