Items where Salford Author is "Aspin, Mr Rob"
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|Aspin, R and Roberts, DJ 2011, 'An exploration of non-tessellated 3D space carving for real-time 3D reconstruction of a person through a simulated process' , Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting . (Submitted)|
|Roberts, DJ, Marshall, D, McLoone, S, Delaney, D, Ward, T and Aspin, R 2008, 'Bounding inconsistency using a novel threshold metric for dead reckoning update packet generation' , Simulation, 84 (5) , pp. 239-256.|
|Roberts, D, Aspin, R, Marshall, D, Mcloone, S, Delaney, D and Ward, T 2008, 'Bounding inconsistency using a novel threshold metric for dead reckoning update packet generation' , Simulation: Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International, 84 (5) , pp. 239-256. Item not available from this repository.|
|Aspin, R 2007, 'Supporting collaboration, in colocated 3D visualization, through the use of remote personal interfaces' , Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 21 (6) , pp. 393-401. Item not available from this repository.|
|Delaney, D, Marshall, D, McLoone, S, Roberts, DJ, Aspin, R and Ward, T 2005, 'Exploring the use of local consistency measures as thresholds for dead reckoning update packet generation' , Ninth IEEE International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real-Time Applications , pp. 195-202.|
|Aspin, R, DaDalto, L, Fernando, T, Gobbetti, E, Marache, M, Shelbourn, M and Soubra, S 2001, 'A conceptual framework for multi-modal interactive virtual workspace' , Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITCon), 6 , pp. 149-162. Item not available from this repository.|
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|Aspin, R and Roberts, DJ 2011, Projective multi-texturing for integrated real-time 3D reconstruction and rendering of a person , in: IEEE VR 2012 conference, March 4-8 2012, Orange County, CA, USA. (Submitted)|
|Aspin, RA and Roberts, DJ 2011, A GPU based, projective multi-texturing approach to reconstructing the 3D human form for application in tele-presence , in: ACM 2011 conference on Computer supported cooperative work, March 19–23, 2011, Hangzhou, China.|
|Aspin, R and Roberts, DJ 2010, An exploration of non-tessellated 3D space carving for real-time 3D reconstruction of a person through a simulated process , in: Visual Media Production (CVMP), 2010 Conference on, 17th-18th November 2010, London.|
|Moore, C, Duckworth, T, Aspin, R and Roberts, DJ 2010, Synchronization of images from multiple cameras to reconstruct a moving human , in: Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications (DS-RT), 2010 IEEE/ACM 14th International Symposium on, 17th - 20th October 2010, Fairfax, VA.|
|Roberts, DJ, Wolff, R, Rea, J, Steed, A, Aspin, R, McIntyre, M, Pena, A, Oyekoya, O and Steptoe, W 2009, Communicating eye-gaze across a distance: Comparing an eye-gaze enabled immersive collaborative virtual environment, aligned video conferencing, and being together , in: IEEE Virtual Reality, 14-15 March 2009, Lafayette, Louisiana USA.|
|Aspin, R, Smith, M, Nazar, MA, Hutchinson, C and Funk, L 2009, MediVol: A practical initial evaluation of refined, 3D, interactive volumetric representations of soft tissue pathologies in virtual environments , in: 2009 13th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications, 25th-28th October 2009, Singapore.|
|Aspin, R, Smith, M, Hutchinson, C and Funk, L 2008, MediVol: An initial study into real-time interactive 3D visualisation of soft tissue pathologies , in: 12th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real-Time Applications, 27th - 29th October 2008, Vancouver, BC.|
|Aspin, R 2008, An initial study into augmented inward looking exploration and navigation in CAVE-like IPT systems , in: Virtual Reality Conference - VR '08, 8-14 March 2008, Nevada, USA.|
|Aspin, R 2014, Visual, spatial and temporal quality in video-based reconstruction of people: Achieving, prototyping and evaluating , PhD thesis, University of Salford.|
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