Inspiring Computer Vision System Solutions (bibtex)
by Amit Boyarski Micael Carvalho Amir Atapour Abarghouei Konstantinos Amplianitis Aleksandr Krasnov Massimiliano Mancini Hernán Gonzalez Riccardo Spezialetti Carlos Sampedro Pérez Hao Li Julian Zilly
Abstract:
The "digital Michelangelo project" was a seminal computer vision project in the early 2000's that pushed the capabilities of acquisition systems and involved multiple people from diverse fields, many of whom are now leaders in industry and academia. Reviewing this project with modern eyes provides us with the opportunity to reflect on several issues, relevant now as then to the field of computer vision and research in general, that go beyond the technical aspects of the work.
Reference:
Inspiring Computer Vision System Solutions (Amit Boyarski Micael Carvalho Amir Atapour Abarghouei Konstantinos Amplianitis Aleksandr Krasnov Massimiliano Mancini Hernán Gonzalez Riccardo Spezialetti Carlos Sampedro Pérez Hao Li Julian Zilly), 2017.
Bibtex Entry:
@misc{zilly2017inspiring,
    title = {Inspiring Computer Vision System Solutions},
    author = {Julian Zilly, Amit Boyarski, Micael Carvalho, Amir Atapour Abarghouei, Konstantinos Amplianitis, Aleksandr Krasnov, Massimiliano Mancini, Hernán Gonzalez, Riccardo Spezialetti, Carlos Sampedro Pérez, Hao Li},
    year = {2017},
    eprint = {1707.07210},
    archivePrefix = {arXiv},
    primaryClass = {cs.CV},
	abstract = {The "digital Michelangelo project" was a seminal computer vision project in the early 2000's that pushed the capabilities of acquisition systems and involved multiple people from diverse fields, many of whom are now leaders in industry and academia. Reviewing this project with modern eyes provides us with the opportunity to reflect on several issues, relevant now as then to the field of computer vision and research in general, that go beyond the technical aspects of the work. }
}
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