The LME lab’s research paper titled “PLIKS: A Pseudo-Linear Inverse Kinematic Solver for 3D Human Body Estimation” has been chosen as a highlight at @CVPR2023.

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The program committee of the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2023 has selected, “PLIKS: A Pseudo-Linear Inverse Kinematic Solver for 3D Human Body Estimation“, as a highlight at the event. CVPR is one of the world’s largest computer vision and pattern recognition conferences, and highlights constitute roughly 10% of the accepted papers at the event. Out of 9155 submissions, only 2360 papers were accepted, and 235 of these were selected as highlights. Highlights receive special attention in the online conference platform and the physical poster session, giving the authors an opportunity to present their work to a wider audience.

PLIKS is expected to have applications in various fields, including motion capture, animation, and virtual and augmented reality. CVPR 2023 will be held online from June 19th to 24th, and the research will be presented during the poster session. 

We gratefully acknowledge that this research was supported by Professor Bernhard Egger and Siemens Healthineers.