The 2015 Eurographics conference is only a few months away. It’s where some really talented people come together to look at the science and the art of computer graphics including modeling and rendering.

Here are some videos from 2014 presentations that you might find interesting. It’s pretty cool to see what people are working on. A lot of this stuff will become part of tool sets used by scientists, designers and architects in the future.

3D Timeline: Reverse Engineering of a Part-based Provenance from Consecutive 3D Models (EG 2014)

Content-Aware Surface Parameterization for Interactive Restoration of Historical Documents

Combining Inertial Navigation and ICP for Real-time 3D Surface Reconstruction

Accurate and Efficient Lighting for Skinned Models

Manipulating refractive and reflective binocular disparity (Eurographics 2014) (Stereoscopic 3D)

ShapeSynth: Parameterizing Model Collections for Coupled Shape Exp./Syth. (Eurographics 2014)

There is a lot in this group about how to rationalize, reproduce and organize media. You can learn a lot about managing models and organizing workflows here. Take a look at our Eurographics playlist on YouTube for more videos.