CVL Research 2002
CVL Research 2003

2)      Modeling cultural heritage objects through observation for virtual reality applications

Computer Vision Lab | Research_2004

CVL Research 2004

Our group, consisting of thirty graduate students from three different departments of the University of Tokyo and other universities, six full-time researchers, as well as several visiting scientists and supporting staff members, forms a unique interdisciplinary computer vision research center. Our annual research budget approaches approximately 1M U.S. dollars per year. As shown in the figure below, our research field spans areas ranging from fundamental vision theories through applications that include virtual 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. In each area, current research topics are as follows:

Katsushi Ikeuchi

Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan
(ph) +81-3-5452-6242
(fax) +81-3-5452-6244

Ikeuchi Lab, University of Tokyo

4)      Recognition and classification of vehicles for ITS applications, and 3D modeling of real exterior environments by merging photo- and geometric images

3)      Imitation learning of human behaviors, including traditional Japanese tea ceremony and Japanese folk dance, through observation for robot programming

1)      Physics-based vision theories for modeling object appearances and illumination environments

Doctoral thesis