Niko Troje
Professor, Queen's University, Canada (Sabbatical: Jan-June 2015)
Cordelia Schmid
INRIA Research Director (visits: Jan. 2013, May 2014; Jan. 2015)
Stan Sclaroff
Professor, Boston University, Dept. of Computer Science (Sabbatical visitor)
Bei Xiao
Post doctoral researcher, MIT (visit: fall 2013)
Krzysztof Chalupka
Ph.D. student, CalTech (visit: summer 2013)
Ted Adelson
Dept. of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT (visited Summer 2012)
Ruth Rosenholtz
Principal Research Scientist, MIT (visited Summer 2012)
Uwe Hiemer
Intern (Summer 2012)
Garrett Stanley
Prof. Georgia Inst. Tech. (visited Summer 2011 and 2015)
Dan Butler
Ph.D. student, University of Washington (visited Summer 2011)
Scenes from Video Workshop, Barossa Valley, Australia, Dec. 10-13, 2013
New BMI visualizer on-line. Visualize your BMI and learn how BMI relates to body shape using our 3D body visualization tool.
The 3D shape of the human body is useful for applications in fitness, games and apparel. Accurate body scanners, however, are expensive, limiting the availability of 3D body models. We present a method for human shape reconstruction from noisy monocular image and range data using a single inexpensive commodity sensor (the Kinect).