Program details


8:20-8:30Opening remarksOrganizing committee
8:30-9:00Intel’s hand tracking technology: past, present, and futureOren Shamir (Intel)
9:00-9:30First-Person visionKris Kitani (CMU)
09:30-10:00A parser for human manipulation actionYiannis Aloimonos (UMD)
10:00-10:30Coffee break
10:30-11:15Poster session
11:15-11:30Challenge resultsOrganizing committee
11:30-12:00TBAYaser Sheikh (CMU)
12:00-12:30TBARichard Bowden (University of Surrey)
12:30-12:40Conclusion and prizesOrganizing committee

Accepted posters:

– Back to RGB: 3D tracking of hands and hand-object interactions based on short-baseline stereo. Paschalis P Panteleris; Antonis A Argyros.
– DeepPrior++: Improving Fast and Accurate 3D Hand Pose Estimation. Markus Oberweger; Vincent Lepetit.
– Hand Pose Estimation Using Deep Stereovision and Markov-chain Monte Carlo. Rilwan R Basaru; Gregory Slabaugh; Eduardo Alonso; Chris Child.
– Human Action Recognition: Pose-based Attention draws focus to Hands. Fabien Baradel; Christian Wolf; Julien Mille.
– Conditional Regressive Random Forest Stereo-based Hand Depth Recovery. Rilwan R Basaru; Gregory Slabaugh; Eduardo Alonso; Chris Child.
– YOLSE: Egocentric Fingertip Detection from Single RGB Images. Wenbin Wu; Chenyang Li; Zhuo Cheng; Xin Zhang; Lianwen Jin.
– LPSNet: A Novel Log Path Signature Feature based Hand Gesture Recognition Framework. Chenyang Li; Xin Zhang; Lianwen Jin.
– Deep Learning Based Hand Detection in Cluttered Environment Using Skin Segmentation. Kankana Roy; Aparna Mohanty; Rajiv Sahay