Welcome to the Computer Vision Laboratory

Computer Vision Lab. was founded at Seoul National University in 2003. Under supervision of Prof. Kyoung Mu Lee, various topics in computer vision field have been researched and developed. We mainly focus on developing algorithms to extract, reconstruct and recognize the information of object, person and 3D environments from digital images which may be used by computers, helping to have artificial intelligence close to human. Specific topics we are interested in and researching currently are

  • Image Restoration
  • Object Recognition / Object Segmentation
  • Object Tracking / Action Recognition
  • Stereo Matching / Optical Flow
  • Optimization
  • SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping)

News

Our team won the first place in The 2017 Hands in the Million Challenge on 3D Hand Pose Estimation Challenge

Our team (Gyeongsik Moon and KyoungMu Lee) won the first place in 'The 2017 Hands in the Million Challenge on 3D Hand Pose Estimation Challenge'. The challenge was held with The 3rd Workshop on Observing and Understanding Hands in Action (HANDS 2017), ICCV 2017....

Our team won the first place in the 2nd NTIRE Single Image Super-Resolution Challenge

Our team (Bee Lim, Sanghyun Son, Heewon Kim, Seungjun Nah, and KyoungMu Lee) won the 1st place in the 2nd NTIRE Single Image Super-Resolution Challenge. The Challenge was held with the 2nd NTIRE workshop, CVPR2017. See our paper for the details. Our codes are also...