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By Dong-Gyu Sim (auth.), Yo-Sung Ho, Hyoung Joong Kim (eds.)

We are overjoyed to welcome readers to the court cases of the sixth Pacific-Rim convention on Multimedia (PCM). the 1st PCM used to be held in Sydney, Australia, in 2000. considering that then, it's been hosted effectively through Beijing, China, in 2001, Hsinchu, Taiwan, in 2002, Singapore in 2003, and Tokyo, Japan, in 2004, and eventually Jeju, probably the most appealing and terrific islands in Korea. This yr, we permitted 181 papers out of 570 submissions together with general and distinctive consultation papers. The recognition price of 32% exhibits our dedication to making sure a truly fine quality convention. this may no longer be attainable with no the complete help of the superb Technical Committee and nameless reviewers that supplied well timed and insightful studies. we'd for that reason wish to thank this system Committee and all reviewers. this system of this yr displays the present pursuits of the PCM’s. The accredited papers disguise more than a few subject matters, together with, all facets of multimedia, either technical and inventive views and either theoretical and useful matters. The PCM 2005 application covers educational periods and plenary lectures in addition to usual displays in 3 tracks of oral periods and a poster consultation in one tune. we've got attempted to extend the scope of PCM to the inventive papers which don't need to to be strictly technical.

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Kr Abstract. This article describes a method to insert virtual objects into a real video stream based on feature tracking and camera pose estimation from a set of single-camera video frames. To insert or modify 3D shapes to target video frames, the transformation from the 3D objects to the projection of the objects onto the video frames should be revealed. It is shown that, without a camera calibration process, the 3D reconstruction is possible using multiple images from a single camera under the fixed internal camera parameters.

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This need may be partially obviated by the growing availability of significant quantities of data. However, adaptation techniques will still be required for interactive applications in which the required motions cannot be precisely or completely predicted in advance. A number of researchers have shared our goal of creating new motions for a controllable avatar from a set of examples. For simple behaviors like reaching and pointing the current set of motions may be adequate. This section presents some existing concepts already developed in the area of computer animation and influenced a lot our work: they are Kinematics, ZMP, and Skin Mesh.

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