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Reinert, Bernhard

Bernhard Reinert

Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
Department 4: Computer Graphics
Campus E1 4, Room 116
66123 Saarbrücken
Germany

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Phone: +49 681 9325 4043

Summary

I am a PhD student at Max Planck Institute for Informatics in the Computer Graphics group under supervision of Tobias Ritschel and Hans-Peter Seidel. My research interests include effificent synthesis and manipulation of visual media including applications in virtual and augmented reality.

Publications

Proxy-guided Image-based Rendering for Mobile Devices
Bernhard Reinert, Johannes Kopf, Tobias Ritschel, Eduardo Cuervo, David Chu, Hans-Peter Seidel
Pacific Graphics 2016 (Okinawa, Japan, October 11 – 14 2016)
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Real-time Novel-view Synthesis for Volume Rendering Using a Piecewise-analytic Representation
Gerrit Lochmann, Bernhard Reinert, Arend Buchacher, Tobias Ritschel
21st International Workshop on Vision, Modeling and Visualization (VMV 2016) (Bayreuth, Germany, October 10 – 12 2016)
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Animated 3D Creatures from Single-view video by Skeletal Sketching
Bernhard Reinert, Tobias Ritschel, Hans-Peter Seidel
Graphics Interface 2016 (Victoria, BC, Canada, June 01 – 03 2016)
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Projective Blue-Noise Sampling
Bernhard Reinert, Tobias Ritschel, Hans-Peter Seidel, Iliyan Georgiev
Computer Graphics Forum 35(1), 2015 (Presented at EGSR 2016)
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Real-time Reflective and Refractive Novel-view Synthesis
Gerrit Lochmann, Bernhard Reinert, Tobias Ritschel, Stefan Müller, Hans-Peter Seidel
19th International Workshop on Vision, Modeling and Visualization (VMV 2014) (Darmstadt, Germany, October 08 – 10 2014)
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Interactive By-example Design of Artistic Packing Layouts
Bernhard Reinert, Tobias Ritschel, Hans-Peter Seidel
ACM Trans. Graph 32(5) (Proc. SIGGRAPH Asia / Hong Kong, November 19 – 22 2013)
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Homunculus Warping: Conveying importance using self-intersection-free non-homogeneous mesh deformation
Bernhard Reinert, Tobias Ritschel, Hans-Peter Seidel
Comp. Graph. Forum 31(5) (Proc. Pacific Graphics 2012, Hong Kong, September 12 – 14 2012)
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Parameter and Configuration Analysis for Non-linear Pose Estimation with Points and Lines
Bernhard Reinert, Martin Schumann, Stefan Müller
VISAPP 2012 – Proc. of the International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications, Volume 2, Rome, Italy, February 24 – 26 2012
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Education