Arno Schubert - Researcher

Arno Schubert

Researcher

Location:Rennes

Laboratory:Immersive Lab

What's new:

We are currently working on the realization of a real-time, high quality depth sensing algorithm by fusion of disparity estimated values and captured depth.

Short Bio:

Arno Schubert started his career as a professional photographer before graduating as an optical engineer at the Cologne University of Applied Science in 1990. He joined Thomson/Technicolor in 1991 and was involved in different research programs covering projection technologies, flat displays, HDR, Color Management and 3D.

He is based in Rennes, France where he was managing the European funded research project OSIRIS integrating the study of single lens multi-view acquisition.

Currently Arno is leading a group of researches working on advanced acquisition technologies including depth capture which is part of the project called "Studio as a Service".

Research interests:

2D and 3D display & acquisition technologies including HDR, wide color gamut, high frequency and 3D. Projection systems, micro displays and optical components. Color and human vision.

Main technical achievements:

  • Coordination of OSIRIS - European funded project. Demonstration of glassless 3D cinema and development of a single lens multi view Plenoptic camera demonstrator.
  • Product development of a color measurement and processing tool to compute color transforms.
  • Initiation, coordination and equipping of Digital Experimental Cinema in Cesson-Sévigné town theatre.
  • Contribution to the development of several projection system prototypes
  • First LED illuminated micro display rear projector, private show at IFA Berlin 2005
  • Slim light engines “FAST”, “TURBO” and “SPEED” in 2004 and 2005
  • XGA and SXGA front projectors in 1999
  • First mono LCD rear projection system in 1997.
  • First HD projector later shown as advanced product “Babel” at IFA Berlin in 1995

 

Latest publications

Article

Fusion of Kinect depth data with trifocal disparity estimation for near real-time high quality depth maps generation

IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging Conference Stereoscopic Displays & Applications (SD&A), San Francisco, 2-6 February 2014
March 03, 2014

Optimal design and critical analysis of a high-resolution video plenoptic demonstrator

Valter Drazic, Jean-Jacques Sacré, Arno Schubert, Jérôme Bertrand, Etienne Blondé

J. Electron. Imaging
February 24, 2012

Optimal design and critical analysis of a high resolution video plenoptic demonstrator

Valter Drazic, Jean-Jacques Sacré, Jérôme Bertrand, Arno Schubert, Etienne Blondé

Electronic Imaging, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications
January 27, 2011