3D Vision Group

School of Computing,

Dublin City University (DCU)

3DVG

The 3DVG Group was established by Dr. Alistair Sutherland at the School of Computing at Dublin City University (DCU) in 1998. It aims to research and develop new methods and techniques in the field of Image Processing and Computer Vision.

The main research interests of 3D Vision Group include:

  • Hand Tracking and Movement Understanding.
  • Human Body Tracking.
  • 3D Model Recognition and Retrieval.
  • Human Activity Recognition.
  • Sign Language Understanding.
  • Visual Gesture Recognition.
  • Object and Face Recognition.
  • Autonomous Vehicle.

News

  • A new PhD student of 3DVG group: the 3D Vision Group welcomes a new PhD student Marlon Oliveira from Brazil.

  • A new PhD student of 3DVG group: the 3D Vision Group welcomes a new PhD student Dexmont Pena from Mexico. He will join the 3DVG group in October 2012.

  • The Faculty Research Day: There will be poster and oral presentations on the Engineering Faculty research day on Wednesday 12th September. The second-year and upward PhD students will take part in this event to share their ideas with other students and research staff.

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