Call For PapersWe encourage and welcome contributions over a wide range of topics and in a variety of forms, on the use of RGB-D cameras in robotics and its connections to related fields such as computer vision, graphics, and machine learning.
Subjects of interest include, but not limited to:
- Object, robot and people tracking
- Object recognition
- 3D Reconstruction
- Navigation, localization, and exploration
- Algorithmic development
- Learning algorithms
- Scene understanding and segmentation
- People and activity recognition
- Human-robot interaction
- DEMO (see below)
Electronic submissions can be in the form of both extended abstracts (2-3 pages) and full papers (up to 8 pages). They can be either a presentation of work in progress or a summary of recent research advances. Video supplemental materials are encouraged. Selected contributions will be presented at the workshop as talks, spotlights and/or posters. Accepted papers will not be archived.
Papers, abstracts and supplemental materials can be submitted at:
Note that the reviews will not be double blind -- please include the authors and affiliations in your submission. And we are allowing submissions up to 8 pages in length.
The submissions should be in the standard RSS format. Instructions and templates (Latex and Word) can be found on the RSS 2014 website:
We encourage the submissions of live demos and working systems. A demo submission should be in the format of an extended abstract with recorded videos, under the DEMO category, separate from the main paper if any. Given sufficient interests, a special demo session will be organized at the workshop.