New paper at 3DV 2019
July 30, 2019
Our new work to bridge the gap between simulated and real world sensor data will be featured at 3DV.
Our latest work on how to bridge the gap between simulated and real world sensors (i.e. simulated and real sensors) while maintaining vision tasks will be presented at 3DV. We largely focus on producing relevant data within our Motion Capture and 3D scanning laboratory and hope to overcome the major challenge, i.e. how autonomous systems can cope with situations they have not experienced before in the real world and how to interoperationalize between sensor technologies.
Congratulations especially to Michael Essich to his first paper!
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