CAnimAI 2017 : CAnimAI: Computer Animation and Artificial Intelligence
Call For Papers
The workshop “CAnimAI: Computer Animation and Artificial Intelligence” aims to bring together academic researchers and practitioners (developers, designers, engineers and artists) to cooperate and exchange around computer animation and more generally digital arts and artificial intelligence. The workshop is interdisciplinary and it particularly seeks for works involving artificial intelligence techniques applied to computer animation and digital media management and engineering. The workshop will be held as a joint event with IEA/AIE 2017 conference in Arras.
Authors are invited to submit original works in full papers (6 pages) or extended abstracts for preliminary or ongoing works and demonstrations (2 pages). The authors should submit their paper via EasyChair.
Topics of interest are (but not limited to):
2D and 3D modeling
Motion capture and modeling
Computer generated animation and visual effects
Computer vision and computer graphics
Image & video Analysis
Pattern recognition and classification
Motion analysis and object tracking
Object, event, expression and scene recognition
Video annotation and content analysis
Artificial intelligence and Al-based animation, computer vision
Computer and mobile technologies for computer graphics and animation
Applications and prototypes for dances, puppetry theatre and other performance arts
Applications and prototypes for teaching and disseminating performance arts
Digital media and systems for preserving cultural heritage and performance arts
AI-based digital media management systems (indexing, querying, summarizing…)
This workshop receives support from AniAge (High Dimensional Heterogeneous Data based Animation Techniques for Southeast Asian Intangible Cultural Heritage Digital Content) project “Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions RISE (Research and Innovation Staff Exchange)”, H2020-MSCA-RISE-2015.