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Our research group is part of the IRIT Laboratory  (UMR CNRS 5505).

We conduct research on computer graphics, including geometric modeling,  3D animation and rendering.
Once a month we organize an invited STORM seminar, where academic or industrial researchers, or artists present their work. Checkout this page for more details: past speakers, organization, and contact.

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Seminar 03/12 – Steve McLaughlin – Computational Imaging in Disordered Media

For the next STORM seminar, Steve McLaughlin will give a presentation titled : Computational Imaging in Disordered Media


Single-photon lidar has emerged as a prime candidate technology for depth imaging through challenging environments. Until now, a major limitation has been the significant amount of time required for the analysis of the recorded data.…

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Seminar 19/11 – Nicolas Barroso – Entraînement JFIG

For the next STORM seminar, Nicolas Barroso will present his JFIG article : Automatic Intermediate Frames for Stroke-based Animation

AbstractComputer aided animation usually focus on cartoon stylized rendering, or is built from an automatic process as 3D animations stylization, loosing the painterly look and feel of hand made animation. We propose to simplify the creation of stroke-based animations: from a set of key frames, our methods automatically generates intermediate frames with coherent motion.…

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Seminar 10/11 – Gauthier Bouyjou – Post FX Shadow Layers

For the next STORM seminar, Gauthier Bouyjou will give a presentation titled : Post FX Shadow Layers

AbstractI will present you my one year works on the post fx shadow layers project allowing the calculation of shadow layers in the Arnold rendering software.

This seminar will take place on Wednesday 10/11 at 12:30pm in room 001 at IRIT.…

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