xREZ Lab collaborated with Oregon State University’s Professor Cindy Grimm and doctoral candidate Anahita Sanandaji on the research published in, “Inferring Cross Sections of 3D Objects: A 3D Spatial Ability Test Instrument for 3D Volume Segmentation” at ACM’s annual Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP), held September 16-17, 2017 in Cottbus, Germany. The paper has been published to the SAP ’17 proceedings.
In this article Anahita Sanandaji’s research details development of a modified version of the Santa Barbara Solids Test to create a training tool for 3D volume segmentation that best models real-world application and to evaluate interactions with 3D biological shapes as opposed to 3D geometric shapes. See previous research here.
Citation: Sanandaji A, Grimm C, and West R. (2017) Inferring Cross-sections of 3D Objects: A 3D Spatial Ability Test Instrument for 3D Volume Segmentation. ACM Symposium on Applied Perception, 16-17 September 2017, Cottbus, Germany, (Peer reviewed conference paper)
SAP 2017 Proceeding: https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=3119881.3119888
About ACM SAP
“The ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (ACM SAP) aims to advance and promote research that crosses the boundaries between perception and disciplines such as graphics, visualization, computer vision, haptics and acoustics. ” Learn More: http://sap.acm.org/2016/cfp.php
News@xREZ March 25, 2018 by Lucero Cantu