Majumder receives Best Paper Award at IEEE CVPR Workshop on PROCAMS
Computer science professor Aditi Majumder has been awarded a Best Paper Award at the IEEE Workshop on Projector and Camera Systems (PROCAMS) held at the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) in San Francisco. Her paper entitled, "Display Gamut Reshaping for Color Emulation and Balancing" was coauthored by researchers at Ostendo Technologies Ltd.
Majumder et al present a hardware-assisted 3D gamut reshaping method that handles a gamut expansion in LED based DLP displays in emerging mobile digital light projectors (known commonly as pico-projectors). These projectors use multiple LED/laser sources instead of a singular white lamp providing a larger color gamut. The full abstract and paper can be found here [PDF link].
The IEEE CVPR Workshop on PROCAMS is one of the top international venues for projector-camera systems researchers and practitioners.
Majumder's research addresses novel projection based displays and methodologies to register and interact with them - an important problem to both the scientific and entertainment fields. Majumder has developed a suite of mathematical models, methods and software to register and interact with large tiled projection based displays.