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Award Abstract #0237878

CAREER: Photorealistic 3-D Modeling of Large-Scale Scenes: Integration of 3-D Range and 2-D Intensity Sensing in a Complete System

NSF Org: IIS
Div Of Information & Intelligent Systems
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Initial Amendment Date: February 12, 2003
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Latest Amendment Date: April 22, 2008
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Award Number: 0237878
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Award Instrument: Continuing grant
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Program Manager: Kenneth C. Whang
IIS Div Of Information & Intelligent Systems
CSE Direct For Computer & Info Scie & Enginr
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Start Date: February 15, 2003
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End Date: January 31, 2009 (Estimated)
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Awarded Amount to Date: $427,047.00
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Investigator(s): Ioannis Stamos istamos@hunter.cuny.edu (Principal Investigator)
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Sponsor: CUNY Hunter College
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065-5024 (212)772-4020
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NSF Program(s): ROBOTICS,
COMPUTER VISION,
IIS SPECIAL PROJECTS,
ROBUST INTELLIGENCE
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Program Reference Code(s): 0000, 1045, 9178, 9215, 9216, 9251, HPCC, OTHR, SMET
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Program Element Code(s): 6840, 7339, 7484, 7495

ABSTRACT

The goal of this project is the automated reconstruction of highly accurate photorealistic descriptions of large-scale 3D scenes with a minimum of human interaction and increased computational efficiency. Recent developments in laser-range sensing technology make possible the acquisition of accurate 3D scans of large-scale scenes. Dense and complex 3D range data-sets along with high resolution color imagery (ground and aerial-based) will be utilized. Research will be carried in the areas of range segmentation (in order to handle the geometric complexity), automatic registration between range and 2D images, 3D modeling, fusion of aerial photography, and visualization. The proposed research is going to directly affect applications in the areas of urban planning, urban design, disaster prevention, electronic journalism, architecture, archeology, historical preservation, and entertainment. The novel solutions that will be developed will have a direct effect on the educational agenda of the PI and on his outreach activities. The cross-fertilization between Computer Science, Geography, and Film and Media departments is another priority. Finally, collaboration with institutions such as museums, and with companies concentrated on 3D site modeling and site construction is an essential step for forwarding this research out of the academic environment.


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Peter K. Allen, Ioannis Stamos, etal.. "New Methods for Digital Modeling of Historic Sites Using Range and Image Data.," IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications., v.23, 2003, p. 32.

Lingyun Liu and Ioannis Stamos. "Automatic 3D to 2D Registration for the Photorealistic Rendering
of Urban Scenes," IEEE Conference of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, v.II, 2005, p. 137.

Ioannis Stamos and Marius Leordeanu.. "Automated Feature-Based Range Registration of Urban Scenes of Large Scale.," IEEE International Conference of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2003., v.II, 2003, p. 555.

Ioannis Stamos and Marius Leordeanu. "Efficient Model Creation of Large Structures based on Range Segmentation.," 2nd International Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization & Transmission, Thessaloniki, Greece., 2004, p. CD-ROM.

Chao Chen and Ioannis Stamos. "Range Image Registration Based on Circular Features," Third International Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization & Transmission, Univesity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, June 14-16 2006, 2006, p. CD-ROM.

Lingyun Liu, Ioannis Stamos, Gene Yu, George Wolberg, Siavash Zokai. "Multiview Geometry for Texture Mapping 2D Images Onto 3D Range Data," IEEE International Conference of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, New York, NY, June 17-22 2006, v.II, 2006, p. 2293.

Ioannis Stamos, Gene Yu, George Wolberg, Siavash Zokai. "3D Modeling Using Planar Segments And Mesh Elements," 3rd International Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization & Transmission, Univesity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, June 14-16 2006, 2006, p. CD-ROM.

Chao Chen and Ioannis Stamos. "Semi-Automatic Range to Range Registration: a Feature-Based Method.," 5th International Conference on 3-D Modeling and Imaging 2005, Ottawa, Canada., 2005, p. 254.

C. Chen, I. Stamos. "Range Image Segmentation for Modeling and Object Detection in Urban Scenes," The 6th International Conference on 3-D Digital Imaging and Modeling, Montreal, Canada, August 21-23 2007, v.CDROM, 2007.

P. K. Allen, A. Troccoli, B. Smith, I. Stamos and Stephen Murray. "The Beauvais Cathedral Project," Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision in Archeology, IEEE International Conference of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Madison, WI, June 2003, v.CDROM, 2003.


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