These are my interactive-presentation-slides about creating interactive presentation slides :-) for the browser using reveal.js. Just fork the repository and you are good to go.
I finally handed in the final documentation of my interdisciplinary research project (IDP) about the visualization of advanced graph algorithms and am thus officially done with my studies. Please have a look at the demo.
I just open-sourced my project mv-lm-icp. The main ideas are described in the technical paper Multiview ICP. The project was developed as a follow-up to my bachelor’s thesis as a working student at CAMP chair and Siemens CT. I think the code serves as a good example as well as starting point for other projects, demonstrating:
- how one can use Ceres Solver to model common ICP cost functions easily
- how to employ different rotation parameterizations
I just gave the final talk of my interdisciplinary research project (IDP) about the visualisation of advanced graph algorithms.
You can read the talk’s abstract
and browse through the talk’s slides right in your browser, since I used reveal.js to make them.
I’m happy that our variational-depth-from-focus project that we developed during the Practical Course: GPU Programming in Computer Vision, is finally online. It is a CUDA implementation of “Variational Depth from Focus Reconstruction” [Moeller 2015].
I finally finished my bachelor’s thesis. Here is the final thesis as well as the final presentation slides. All the code I developed during research is open source and hosted in the ppf-reconstruction repository.
After my first 2 years of undergrad study, I felt that I need to explore the world a little more.