BMVA to Host Meeting on 3D Extrapolation from 2D Images

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LONDON, Oct. 24, 2019 — The British Machine Vision Association and Society for Pattern Recognition will host a meeting Jan. 29, 2020, titled “3D Worlds from 2D Images in Humans and Machines.” The meeting will explore the ability of machine vision to reconstruct 3D layout from 2D images.

Andrew Schofield of Aston University, Richard Bowden of the University of Surrey, and Wendy Adams of the University of Southampton will serve as chairs of the meeting. James Elder, professor of human and computer vision at York University, will give a keynote speech.

Papers covering aspects of 3D scene perception in humans and 3D uplift in machines will be accepted until Nov. 22.

The meeting will be held at the British Computer Society in London. For more information about the event, visit

Published: October 2019
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Machine vision, also known as computer vision or computer sight, refers to the technology that enables machines, typically computers, to interpret and understand visual information from the world, much like the human visual system. It involves the development and application of algorithms and systems that allow machines to acquire, process, analyze, and make decisions based on visual data. Key aspects of machine vision include: Image acquisition: Machine vision systems use various...
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