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8.30  Welcome

9.00 Paper Session: Keystone Correction for Stereoscopic Cinematography , by Feng Liu (Portland State University), Yuzhen Niu (Portland State University), Hailin Jin (Adobe Systems Inc.).

Perceptual Based Stereoscopic Content Analysis, by Wei-Jia Huang, An-Chun Luo, Wen-Chao Chen and Wei-Hao Huang (ITRI).

2D-to-3D Image Conversion by Learning Depth from Examples, by Janusz Konrad, Meng Wang and Prakash Ishwar (Boston University).

10.30 Coffe Break

11. 00 Keynote: Holographic video and how it might become part of the 3D ecosystem, by Michael Bove (Media Lab, MIT).

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Keynote: Monoscopic to Stereoscopic video conversion of  YouTube videos, by Debargha Mukherjee and Chen Wu, Google, Inc.

14.00 Papers Session : The Measurement of Eyestrain Caused from Diverse Binocular Disparities, Viewing Time and Display Sizes in Watching Stereoscopic 3D Contents, by Sang-Hyun Cho and Hang-Bong Kang ((The Catholic Univ. of Korea).

Calibration for High-Definition Camera Rigs with Marker Chessboard, by Jianhui Chen (York University), Karim Benzeroual and Robert Allison (University of Toronto)

Capture Considerations for Multiview Panoramic Cameras, by Harlyn Baker (Hewlett Packard Lab), Gregorij Kurillo (UC Berkeley), Zeyu Li (UC Berkeley), Q Luong (Terra Galleria), Constantin Papadas (ISD, S.A.).

3D Display size matters: Compensating for the perceptual effects of S3D display scaling, by Karim Benzeroual (York University), Robert Allison (York University), Laurie Wilcox (York University).

16.00 Break

16.30 Invited Talks : On the causes and consequences of monocular regions in stereoscopic 3D footage, by Laurie M. Wilcox (Centre for Vision Research, York University, Toronto).

Stereoscopic 3D video monitoring and correction: from lab to air, by Frederic Devernay (INRIA/LIG, Grenoble).

Omnistereo Cinema: Capture, Display and Perception, by Vincent Couture, Michael S. Langer, Sébastien Roy (Montreal University).

18.00 Closing