Workshop on Light Field Imaging
February 12, 2015
MacKenzie Conference Room, Huang Engineering Center
We invite you to join us on February 12, 2015 at Stanford University to explore the exciting area of research and product development in Light Field Imaging.
The Workshop on Light Field Imaging will include a summary of the state-of-the-art research and a glimpse into the future of technologies designed to capture and create light rays in a three dimensional scene. Participants will leave with a better understanding of the concept of a light field as it is used in geometric optics, computer vision, computer graphics and computational photography. The Workshop will include talks that summarize recent advances in light field cameras and light field displays, as well as applications of these technologies in entertainment, consumer devices, industrial applications and medical imaging. The Workshop will also include an interactive session with experts from industry and academics addressing questions about the killer applications and challenges in product development, new areas for research and graduate training, and the future of light field imaging. There will also a technology demo session that will include presentations by research labs and startup companies.
You can now register for the Workshop on Light Field Imaging that will be held at Stanford on February 12, 2014. Registration is limited to 200 people, and we are rapidly approaching this limit, so you should register now if you intend to participate.
Visit our website to get updates on the program. A list of companies that will participating in the Interactive Demo Session will be published in the coming weeks.
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