IEEE ISMAR 2017 Nantes, France

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ISMAR sessions > Awards

ISMAR 2017 Best Paper Award

SonifEye: Sonification of Visual Information using Physical Modeling Sound Synthesis

Hessam Roodaki - Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany

Navid Navab - Topological Media Lab, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Abouzar Eslami - Carl Zeiss Meditec AG, Munich, Germany

Christopher Stapleton - Simiosys Real World Laboratory, USA 

Nassir Navab - Technische Universität München, München, Germany

ISMAR 2017 Best Poster Award

Augmented Things: Enhancing AR Applications leveraging the Internet of Things and Universal 3D Object Tracking

Jason Rambach - DFKI, Germany

Alain Pagani - DFKI, Germany

Didier Stricker - DFKI Germany 


Runner-up: Lightning Markers: Synchronization-free Single-shot Detection of Imperceptible AR Markers Embedded in a High-Speed Video Display

Tsutomu Kusanagi - Tohuku University, Japan

Shingo Kagami - Tohuku University, Japan

Koichi Hashimoto - Tohuku University, Japan

ISMAR 2017 Best Demo Award


6D Object Pose Estimation with Depth Images: A Seamless Approach for Robotic Interaction and Augmented Reality

David Joseph Tan - Technische Universität München, Germany

Nassir Navab - Technische Universität München, Germany

Federico Tombari - Technische Universität München, Germany


ISMAR 2017 Career Impact Award

presented to

Steve K. Feiner, Columbia University

for significant impact over his career to the ISMAR community


ISMAR 2017 Impact Paper Award

presented to

Georg Klein (Microsoft) and David Murray (University of Oxford)

for the paper

Parallel Tracking and mapping for small AR workspaces

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