MMV hosts weekly seminars centred around cutting edge research in multimedia and vision. The seminars are presented by researchers, academics, Phd candidates, and guest speakers from industry and other research groups. Topics include:
Video coding and networking,
3D analysis & reconstruction,
Interaction & autonomy,
Analysis of human actions,
Visual Information Retrieval.
26th January to 20th February 2015
REVERIE will be hosting field trials of their system prototype in QMUL, London.
17th to 19th December 2014
REVERIE members will be hosting pilot trials of the REVERIE system prototype in preparation for the upcoming field trials in 2015 in QMUL, London.
8th to 10th December 2014
REVERIE members will be participating in an upcoming REVERIE technical plenary meeting hosted by REVERIE project partner CWI in Amsterdam.
12th November 2014
Fifth THIRA meeting at BBC R&D in London
6th November 2014
Julie Wall, Frank Foerster and Zongyi Xu from MMV showcased demos from the REVERIE FP7 project at the Faculty of Science and Engineering Research and Industrial Engagement Showcasing event held in the Great Hall on 6th November 2014.
27th to 30th October 2014
Julie Wall and Frank Foerster from MMV showcased demos from the REVERIE FP7 project at the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing which took Julie Wall and Frank Foerster from MMV showcased demos from the REVERIE FP7 project at the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing which took place at CNIT La Dénse, Paris from October 27th to 30th 2014.place at CNIT La Dénse, Paris from October 27th to 30th 2014.
27th-30th October 2014
THIRA participants attended the 2014 edition of the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) in Paris
7th August 2014
Fourth THIRA meeting at BBC R&D in London
28th July - 1st August 2014
During the XX edition of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, THIRA participants set up a demonstration of video compression technology. Using UHD content recorded during the Games, the THIRA project showed a comparison between its own codec and the best AVC codec, x264. The demonstration was held at the BBC's New Broadcasting House in London
14th May 2014
Third THIRA meeting at BBC R&D in London
10th - 14th March 2014
THIRA project has been advertised at the CeBIT trade show in Hannover
13th February 2014
Second THIRA meeting at BBC R&D in London
27th January 2014
THIRA participants have demonstrated UHD content and HEVC coding benefits at BBC event "The future is now" in London
23rd January 2014
THIRA participants attended the Digital TV Group (DTG) UHD forum in London
8th-11th December 2013
THIRA participants attended the 2013 edition of the Picture Coding Symposium (PCS) in San Jose, California
25th - 26th November 2013
THIRA participants attended the EBU "UHDTV
Voices & choices" workshop in Geneva
14th November 2013
Kick-off meeting at BBC R&D in London