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  • Research

    Theory and methods of Digital Image Processing, Visual Static Information encoding (images), Dynamic visual information coding (video, TV and HDTV), Image sintesis,etc.

    Teaching

    Digital Image Processing, Digital Television, Image Encoding, Multimedia System, Computer Vision, Graphics, Telecommunications Systems, Digital transmision

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News and Events

July 17, 2020

ICME 2020

The GTI received the Best Demo Award at the 2020 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo for its work on FVV Live.

April 07, 2020

COVID-19

Since last 27th March, the GTI has been collaborating on the provision of protective equipment needed these days by sanitary professionals, residences, pharmacies, police, etc.

June 02, 2020

QoMEX 2020

The paper “Influence of video delay on quality, presence, and sickness in viewport adaptive immersive streaming” was accepted at QoMEX 2020 and has been presented by Carlos Cortés in a virtual reality room.

March 31, 2020

2020 IEEE VR Diversity Scholarship

Marta Orduna, a PhD student at GTI received the 2020 IEEE VR Diversity Scholarship.

  

  

      

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About Us

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    The Grupo de Tratamiento de Imágenes (GTI) [Image Processing Group] is a research group working on theory, methods, and applications of Digital Image and Video Processing, mainly for compression and analysis. Besides specific developments on video related topics, GTI also considers research on complete systems like visual communications, real time computer vision, and multimedia telecom applications. Thus, GTI has developed facilities and toolkits for the design and implementation of video delivery systems and machine-learning based computer vision applications. Currently, GTI activity focuses on immersive video communications and extended (VR, MR, AR) and shared reality applications, including deep-learning for visual computing. GTI infrastructure includes three labs: a complete 3DTV laboratory (3DTV Lab) endowed with a 3D acquisition system, a 3D post-production system, and several 3D displays, a real-time free-viewpoint video laboratory (FVV Live) endowed with linear and planar camera configurations, lightweight schemes for video acquisition, transmission, and rendering, and minimal motion to photon latency, and an immersive laboratory (ImLab) for 360VR, volumetric video and extended/shared reality.

     
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    The Grupo de Tratamiento de Imágenes (GTI) [Image Processing Group] is a research group working on theory, methods, and applications of Digital Image and Video Processing, mainly for compression and analysis. Besides specific developments on video related topics, GTI also considers research on complete systems like visual communications, real time computer vision, and multimedia telecom applications. Thus, GTI has developed facilities and toolkits for the design and implementation of video delivery systems and machine-learning based computer vision applications. Currently, GTI activity focuses on immersive video communications and extended (VR, MR, AR) and shared reality applications, including deep-learning for visual computing. GTI infrastructure includes three labs: a complete 3DTV laboratory (3DTV Lab) endowed with a 3D acquisition system, a 3D post-production system, and several 3D displays, a real-time free-viewpoint video laboratory (FVV Live) endowed with linear and planar camera configurations, lightweight schemes for video acquisition, transmission, and rendering, and minimal motion to photon latency, and an immersive laboratory (ImLab) for 360VR, volumetric video and extended/shared reality.

     

Contact

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    Grupo de Tratamiento de Imágenes

    Edificio C, Desp: C-306

    Dpto. Señales, Sistemas y Radiocomunicaciones

    E.T.S. Ingenieros de Telecomunicación

    Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

    28040 – Madrid (Spain)

    Teléfono: (+34) 91 336 7353