Mitarbeiter

Herr  Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Martin Fuchs
Leiter Abteilung Visual Computing

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My research interests concentrate on data-driven visual computing, specifically

  • Computational Imaging comprises computational photography and computational displays, which combine unconventional optics with algorithms to generate better pictures. For instance, instead of understanding pixels as the “atoms” of images, we can consider radiance distributions on rays – this enables post-hoc control of photographic parameters.
    Recently, we have presented a method that supports the automatic design of faceted mirror systems. Currently, we investigate  spatio-angularly smooth light fields with the  support of the Juniorprofessorenprogramm.
    In the  Transregional Collaborative Research Center 161, we will focus on the quantitative analysis of computational photography.
  • Material measurement and appearance synthesis: after previuosly recording scenes with reflectance fields in image space as purely data  driven representations (Fuchs et al. ACM TOG 2007, CGF 2007) and investigating the  synthesis of appearance with digital manufacturing (Fuchs et al. SIGGRAPH 2008, Hašan et al. SIGGRAPH 2010; see also our STAR report by Hullin et al. 2013 ), we currently investigate the efficient control of parametric, procedural models. In our recent publication (Gieseke et al. 2014), we have shown a fast method to achieve this for procedural two-tone textures using photographs as input.
  • Interactive Systems: fast GPUs make real-time processing of video streams possible, improving the  recording of video sequences. The growing computing power of mobile devices enable the  capture of 3D geometry with hand-held devices.
    Just as computational photography extends the abilities of conventional cameras,  computational illumination extends the abilities of light sources. Combining both projector and camera in a closed-loop cycle, we can perform in-scene image processing, creating a light source with virtually arbitrary, programmable response (Wang et al., ICCP 2010) for novel human-world interactions.
Publikationen:
  1. 2017

    1. Iseringhausen, Julian ; Goldlücke, Bastian ; Pesheva, Nina ; Iliev, Stanimir ; Wender, Alexander ; Fuchs, Martin ; Hullin, Matthias B.: 4D Imaging through Spray-On Optics. In: ACM Trans. Graph. (Proc. SIGGRAPH 2017), ACM Trans. Graph. (Proc. SIGGRAPH 2017). Bd. 36, 2017
  2. 2015

    1. Siedelmann, Hendrik ; Wender, Alexander ; Fuchs, Martin: Highspeed Lossless Image Compression. In: Gall, J. ; Gehler, P. ; Leibe, B. ; Gall, J. ; Gehler, P. ; Leibe, B. (Hrsg.) ; Gall, J. ; Gehler, P. ; Leibe, B. (Hrsg.): Pattern Recognition, Pattern Recognition. Bd. 9358 : Springer International Publishing, 2015
    2. Wender, Alexander ; Iseringhausen, Julian ; Goldlücke, Bastian ; Fuchs, Martin ; Hullin, Matthias B.: Light Field Imaging through Household Optics. In: Bommes, D. ; Ritschel, T. ; Schultz, T. ; Bommes, D. ; Ritschel, T. ; Schultz, T. (Hrsg.) ; Bommes, D. ; Ritschel, T. ; Schultz, T. (Hrsg.): Vision, Modeling & Visualization, Vision, Modeling & Visualization : The Eurographics Association, 2015
    3. Gieseke, Lena ; Klingel, Sven ; Fuchs, Martin: Shake it up – Image Decomposition and Rearrangements of Its Constituents. In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Aesthetics, Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Aesthetics, 2015
  3. 2014

    1. Gieseke, Lena ; Koch, Sebastian ; Hahn, Jens-Uwe ; Fuchs, Martin: Towards visually assisted navigation of large parameter spaces. In: Deussen, O. ; Fuchs, M. ; und Daniel Weiskopf, T. S. ; Deussen, O. ; Fuchs, M. ; und Daniel Weiskopf, T. S. (Hrsg.) ; Deussen, O. ; Fuchs, M. ; und Daniel Weiskopf, T. S. (Hrsg.): Proceedings of the Workshop Big Data Visual Computing – Quantitative Perspectives for Visual Computing, Proceedings of the Workshop Big Data Visual Computing – Quantitative Perspectives for Visual Computing, 2014c. — Rezensiertes Poster
    2. Gieseke, Lena ; Koch, Sebastian ; Hahn, Jens-Uwe ; Fuchs, Martin: Applying state-of-the-art parameter retrieval for procedural textures. In: Proceedings of the 11th European Conference for Visual Media Production, Proceedings of the 11th European Conference for Visual Media Production, 2014a. — Rezensiertes Poster
    3. Gieseke, Lena ; Koch, Sebastian ; Hahn, Jens-Uwe ; Fuchs, Martin: Interactive Parameter Retrieval For Two-Tone Procedural Textures. In: Association, T. E. (Hrsg.) Computer Graphics Forum, Computer Graphics Forum. Bd. 33, John Wiley & Sons Ltd (2014b), Nr. 4
    4. Wender, Alexander ; Fuchs, Martin: Towards Quantitative Measurement of Light Transport in Unconventional Optics. In: Deussen, O. ; Fuchs, M. ; und Daniel Weiskopf, T. S. ; Deussen, O. ; Fuchs, M. ; und Daniel Weiskopf, T. S. (Hrsg.) ; Deussen, O. ; Fuchs, M. ; und Daniel Weiskopf, T. S. (Hrsg.): Proceedings of the Workshop Big Data Visual Computing – Quantitative Perspectives for Visual Computing, Proceedings of the Workshop Big Data Visual Computing – Quantitative Perspectives for Visual Computing, 2014. — Rezensiertes Poster
  4. 2013

    1. Hullin, Matthias B. ; Ihrke, Ivo ; Heidrich, Wolfgang ; Weyrich, Tim ; Damberg, Gerwin ; Fuchs, Martin: State of the Art in Computational Fabrication and Display of Material Appearance. In: Sbert, M. ; Szirmay-Kalos, L. ; Sbert, M. ; Szirmay-Kalos, L. (Hrsg.) ; Sbert, M. ; Szirmay-Kalos, L. (Hrsg.): Eurographics 2013, Eurographics 2013 : Eurographics Association, 2013
    2. Fuchs, Martin ; Koch, Sebastian ; Gieseke, Lena ; Mozer, Florian ; Eberhardt, Bernhard: Towards a Practical Gamut of Appearance Acquisition. In: Klein, R. ; Rushmeier, H. ; Klein, R. ; Rushmeier, H. (Hrsg.) ; Klein, R. ; Rushmeier, H. (Hrsg.): Eurographics Workshop on Material Appearance Modeling: Issues and Acquisition, Eurographics Workshop on Material Appearance Modeling: Issues and Acquisition. Bd. 2013 : Eurographics Association, 2013a. — Nicht rezensiert
    3. Fuchs, Martin ; Kächele, Markus ; Rusinkiewicz, Szymon: Design and Fabrication of Faceted Mirror Arrays for Light Field Capture. In: Computer Graphics Forum, Computer Graphics Forum. Bd. 32, Eurographics Association (2013b), Nr. 8
  5. 2012

    1. Fuchs, Martin ; Kächele, Markus ; Rusinkiewicz, Szymon: Design and Fabrication of Faceted Mirror Arrays for Light Field Capture. In: Goesele, M. ; Grosch, T. ; Theisel, H. ; Toennies, K. ; Preim, B. ; Goesele, M. ; Grosch, T. ; Theisel, H. ; Toennies, K. ; Preim, B. (Hrsg.) ; Goesele, M. ; Grosch, T. ; Theisel, H. ; Toennies, K. ; Preim, B. (Hrsg.): VMV 2012: Vision, Modeling & Visualization, VMV 2012: Vision, Modeling & Visualization : Eurographics Association, 2012
Lebenslauf:
02/2011 – current Junior professor at VISUS
09/2009 – 01/2011 Post-doctoral researcher in the  Princeton Graphics Group at  Princeton University
12/2008 – 08/2009 Researcher at the  Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
03/2004 – 12/2008 Ph. D. student in  Computer Science at  Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Germany and the  Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
10/1999 – 02/2004 Studies in Computer Science at  Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Germany 
Title of Diplomarbeit (Master's Thesis): Reflectance of Human Faces: Image-Based Measurement and Modeling
08/1998 – 08/1999 Zivildienst (substitutes obligatory military service for conscientious objectors)
07/1998 Abitur at the  Marie-Luise-Kaschnitz–Gymnasium, Völklingen
SFB TRR 161-Projekte:

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