Welcome to the Graphics and Vision Research Laboratory in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Otago. The laboratory was formed in 1986, and today consists of 3 academic staff and several postgraduate students, as well as the occasional visitor.
Our research is varied, but most of it falls somewhere in the broad fields of computer graphics, vision, and image processing. Mostly we're doing stuff that is interesting and fun, since we believe that makes the lab an interesting and fun place to be. You can find out more technical details from our publications.
Image and Vision Computing New Zealand was held in Wellington from 27-29th November. Brendan, Dave, Lech, Maria, Nabeel, Steven, and Xiping, were authors or co-authors on various papers - see the publications page for more details. Maria won the Best Student Paper award, and Steve picked up Best Poster.
The Asian Conference on Pattern Recognition was held in Okinawa from 5-8 November. Nabeel presented his work "Analysis of Verification Methods for Indoor Image Matching", and Xiping presented "Improved Spectral Clustering using Adaptive Mahalanobis Distance".
The 10th of October was Smart Day for 2013.