I’m now a PhD student of Computer Graphics in Visual Computing and Learning Lab in Peking University advised by Prof. Chen Baoquan. My research interests focus on camera control, cinematography and deep learning.
PhD in Computer Graphics, 2019-now
BSc in Computer Science, 2015-2019
We present a tool that enables artists to synthesize camera motions following a learned camera behavior while enforcing user-designed keyframes as constraints along the sequence.
In this paper, we propose an example-driven camera controller which can extract camera behaviors from an example film clip and re-apply the extracted behaviors to a 3D animation, through learning from a collection of camera motions.
Multi-modal data can provide more useful information for Human Action Recognition. But with the different formats, different modal data can only be used separately, which results a inefficient fusion. In this paper, we give comprehensive analysis of fusion schemes through experimental results and hope our work could benefit the community in multi-modal action recognition.