I am Qirui Zhang, D3.
On 2nd July we (Taketomi Sensei, Akiyama Kun, me) arrived at Beijing to attend APMAR 2017. The taxi driver was good at talking and knew everything except Beijing map. We reached hotel at 1:00 pm then we spent 1 hour at registration. After that we were led to the only restaurant still providing meal at that time and had lunch.
Purple dressing on the creamy stuff was dessert typically served before other dishes. Foreigners were usually surprised by such serving sequence. The red color pot was tomato juice boiled beef.
The other day afternoon I had a presentation. I realized I didn’t put enough description of my method in the slides after that.
The hall and seats were very Chinese style, very big chairs with tea serving. Old men at top who decide Chinese fate also have meetings in the same style.
And the big red stripe of APMAR hanging below the celling. Very nostalgic to me.
This is an interesting talk about how to realize a prostate in augmented reality. It was unlike main stream to render things with graphic technique that this research really physically builds a real simulator of prostate for touch check training of doctors. I didn’t remember the presenter’s name.
This presentation is about a research using Bezier-Splines to interpolate 3D points reconstructed form SFM and minimizing rep-rojection errors of such interpolated 3d points.
It’s my favorite presentation. I talked this the presenter Laurent Kneip and paper author Zhirui Wang outside of the meeting hall afterwards.
Last day in Beijing we spent most of our time eating. We ate Beijing Duck. Beijing Duck looked good.
I happened to meet a staff from BIT dinning hall, who is from my hometown and makes meat buns(NIKU MAN) for breakfast there. I liked the meat buns.
it was Akiyama’s first visit to China. So we went to take pictures of Tian-an-men. It is the symbol of Beijing. On the building there is a slogan says “The Union of people from all of the world lasts long!”
After all, APMAR was a interesting meeting. I met researchers sharing common interests, and it was very nostalgic trip for me to visit BIT again since I graduated there.