3DBODY.TECH 2022 - Paper 22.68

S. Raymond, "Reconstruction of Non-Rigid Subjects Using a Single Camera", Proc. of 3DBODY.TECH 2022 - 13th Int. Conf. and Exh. on 3D Body Scanning and Processing Technologies, Lugano, Switzerland, 25-26 Oct. 2022, #68.


Reconstruction of Non-Rigid Subjects Using a Single Camera



Prism Labs Inc., Santa Monica CA, USA / Vienna, Austria


Prism Labs is pioneering the use of fully non-rigid reconstruction of the human body which allows us to reconstruct a moving subject using only a single inexpensive camera.
Prism Labs' cloud solution enables 3D body scanning and results tracking as easy as a 6-second spin in front of a single inexpensive depth camera.
We combine world class computer vision software with cutting edge deep learning, camera technologies and over 300k real-world scans to push the boundaries of what is possible in 3D human reconstruction done with only a single inexpensive off-the-shelf depth camera.
Prism Labs' platform allows any partner to build on its APIs to power their end-user applications with hyperaccurate 3D human body models and insights that range from body-related metrics, such as body fat percentage, lean mass and body measurements to pose estimation and body shape predictions of how users could like in the future.


Abstract: 2268raymond-abs.pdf
Proceedings: 3DBODY.TECH 2022, 25-26 Oct. 2022, Lugano, Switzerland
Paper id#: 68
Presentation video: 3DBodyTech2022_68_raymond.mp4

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