The final program for APGV 2011 is here
Reception (Saturday 27th)
Keynote (with ECVP)
How learning to read changes the visual system
Stan Dehaene (College de France).
Papers accepted to TAP
The influence of eye height and avatars on egocentric distance estimates in immersive virtual environments
Markus Leyrer, Sally A. Linkenauger, Heinrich H. Bülthoff, Uwe Kloos and Betty J. Mohler.
Active control does not eliminate motion-induced illusory displacement
Franck Caniard, Heinrich Bülthoff, Pascal Mamassian, Seong-Whan Lee and Ian M. Thornton.
Using Eye-Tracking to Assess Different Image Retargeting Methods
Susana Castillo, Tilke Judd and Diego Gutierrez.
Perceiving Alterations in Trajectories while Throwing in a Virtual Environment
Erin Mcmanus, Qiufeng Lin, Aysu Erdemir, Stephan Bailey, John Rieser and Bobby Bodenheimer.
Peripheral Visual Information and Its Effect on Distance Judgments in Virtual and Augmented Environments
J. Adam Jones, J. Edward Swan, Gurjot Singh and Stephen R. Ellis.
Perceptually-Based Compensation of Light Pollution in Display Systems
Jeroen Van Baar, Steven Poulakos, Wojciech Jarosz, Derek Nowrouzezahrai, Rasmus Tamstorf and Markus Gross.
Evaluation of Video Artifact Perception Using Event-Related Potentials
Lea Lindemann, Stephan Wenger and Magnor Marcus.
Visualization of uncertain scalar data fields using color scales and perceptually adapted noise
Alexandre Coninx, Georges-Pierre Bonneau, Jacques Droulez and Guillaume Thibault.
Perception of Simplification Artifacts for Animated Characters
Micheal Larkin and Carol O'Sullivan.
Effects of scene density and richness on traveled distance estimation in virtual environments
Tien Dat Nguyen, James Cremer, Joseph Kearney and Jodie Plumert.
The influence of avatar (self and character) animations on distance estimation, object interaction and locomotion in immersive virtual environments
Erin Mcmanus, Bobby Bodenheimer, Stephan Streuber, Stephan De La Rosa, Heinrich Buelthoff and Betty Mohler.
Egocentric Distance Perception in Real and HMD-based Virtual Environments: the Effect of Limited Scanning Method
Qiufeng Lin, Xianshi Xie, Aysu Erdemir, Gayathri Narasimham, Timothy Mcnamara, John Rieser and Bobby Bodenheimer.
Measuring Gaze Depth with an Eye Tracker During Stereoscopic Display
Andrew Duchowski, Brandon Pelfrey, Donald House and Rui Wang.
Perceiving human motion variety
Martin Prazak and Carol O'Sullivan.
Computational Visual Attention Systems and their Cognitive Foundation: A Survey (published at ACM Transactions on Applied Perception)
Simone Frintrop, Erich Rome and Henrik I. Christensen
Bimodal perception of audio-visual material properties for virtual environments (published at ACM Transactions on Applied Perception)
Nicolas Bonneel, Clara Suied, Isabelle Viaud-Delmon, George Drettakis.
Mini-Symposium 1 (with ECVP): Deforming shapes - deformable templates
Emulating human observers with Bayesian binning: segmentation of action streams
Dominik Endres, Andrea Christensen and Martin Giese.
Modeling and Animating Eye Blinks
Laura C. Trutoiu, Elizabeth J. Carter, Iain Matthews and Jessica K. Hodgins.
Evaluation of Walking in Place on a Wii Balance Board to Explore a Virtual Environment
Betsy Williams, Stephen Bailey, Gayathri Narasimham, Muqun Li and Bobby Bodenheimer.
Comparing Near Field Distance Perception in Real and Virtual Environments Using Both Verbal and Action Responses
Phillip Napieralski, Bliss Altenhoff, Jeffrey Bertrand, Lindsay Long, Sabarish Babu, Christopher Pagano, Justin Kern and Timothy Davis.
Perceptual considerations for motion blur rendering
Fernando Navarro, Susana Castillo, Francisco Seron and Diego Gutierrez.
Mini-Symposium 2 (with ECVP): Computer Vision and Biological Vision
Non-rigid models in science and entertainment
Chris Bregler, USA.
What do deforming shapes reveal about structure from motion
Qasim Zaidi, USA.
Perceiving dynamic faces
Alan Johnston, UK.
Coding of static and acting bodies in monkey temporal cortex
Rufin Vogels, Belgium.
Primitive-based representations of human body motion
Martin Giese, Germany.
Learning hierarchical models of shape
Alan Yuille, USA.
Predicting the Future
Antonio Torralba, USA.
Bag of features and beyond
Cordelia Schmid, France.
Spike based recognition - from biology to hardware
Simon Thorpe, France.
Computations, circuits and biophysics in visual cortex: learning to learn
Tomaso Poggio, USA.
Predicting Scene Memorability
Aude Oliva, USA.
Objects and parts: bottom-up, top-down and context
Shimon Ullman, Israel.