Our group, consisting of graduate students from two different departments of the University of Tokyo, several visiting scientists, full-time researchers, and supporting staff members, forms a unique interdisciplinary computer vision research center. Our research field spans areas ranging from fundamental vision theories through applications that include virtual/autmented/mixed reality, robotics, and intelligent transportation systems. The core paradigm among these areas is how to reduce the amount of cost in programming and monitoring through computer vision techniques. The current research topics are as follows:

3D e-Heritage

Sensing, shape analysis, visualization and 3D reconstruction

Augmented/Mixed Reality

Occlusion handling, rendering, lcalization / tracking

Intelligent Transportation Systems / Robot System

City modeling, object detection, social ITS / Teleoperation of humanoid robot