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Editing programs are now part of the creative flow of multimedia artists. Thanks to the recent advances in artificial intelligence, this field evolves rapidly, leading to enhancements and new features in editing software every year. In this talk, we will cover the technology behind some of the advanced features in Adobe's new 2D/3D compositing software, Dimension. More specifically, the automated camera positioning and outdoor lighting estimation features will be discussed.


Yannick Hold-Geoffroy has recently obtained his doctorate from the Computer Vision and Systems Laboratory under the supervision of Professor Jean-François Lalonde at Laval University in Quebec City, Canada. He recently joined Adobe Research, where he continues his work on outdoor illumination, camera calibration estimation and 3D scanning. When he’s not thinking about computer vision, Yannick keeps himself busy playing music.

For more information please contact:
Andrew Luna
School of Arts, Media and Engineering
Stauffer B125