Call For Papers

This workshop brings together a diverse group of people working on real world systems for commercial, industrial and military applications. As computer vision matures, its related technologies have started to migrate from academic institutions to industrial laboratories, and onward into deployable systems. The goal of this workshop is to bring together an international cadre of academic, industrial, and government researchers, along with companies applying vision techniques. Topics of Interest include but are not limited to:

3-D modeling                                                                        Augmented Reality
Biometrics                                                                             Classification/Recognition
Document Analysis                                                              Face Detection
Face Recognition                                                                  Gesture/Hand Recognition
Graphics Recognition and Vectorization                          Human Motion Analysis/Capture
Human-Computer Interaction                                           Image-based Modeling and Rendering for Entertainment                                             Image/Video Indexing & Retrieval
Industrial Inspection and Manufacturing                        Medical Analysis and Display
Motion/Stereo Processing and Segmentation                Perception Aids for the Disabled
Performance Evaluation (of any vision application)      Person Oriented Vision
Real-time Tracking                                                              Road/Traffic Analysis
Robotics Applications                                                         Scientific Imaging Applications
Security/Surveillance                                                         Underwater Industrial Applications
Video Computing                                                                 Vision for Entertainment
Visual Navigation and Station Keeping

Similar to previous years, registration for WACV 2012 will be “passport” format, allowing access to all co-located events (please see the CFP for MMBIA on the other side of this paper). The workshop will also host a demonstration session. The WACV proceedings will be published electronically and indexed in IEEE Xplore. Details can be found at

The event will include a tutorial on the exciting emerging area of
Social Signals given by Sandy Pentland (MIT)

Important Dates
Paper Submission Deadline: September 18th, 2011
Paper Decisions: October 31st, 2011
Final Papers Due: December 1st, 2011


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