Sensors Fusion for Human-Centric 3D Capturing Call for Papers

The open access journal Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220, IF 3.031) is pleased
to announce that we have launched a new Special Issue entitled
"Sensors Fusion for Human-Centric 3D Capturing." and I am serving
as Guest Editor for this issue.

Given the depth of your expertise in this field, I would like to
cordially invite you to contribute an article to the Special
Issue. For more information on the issue, please visit the Special
Issue website at

This Special Issue tries to capture the recent advances in 3D capture
technology by fusing data from multiple sensors (be it cameras,
inertial, infrared or depth sensors) to produce high-quality 3D human
representations (i.e., 3D motion, shape, appearance, performance, and
activity).  This Special Issue invites contributions that address
multi-sensor and multi-modal information fusion with the aim of
capturing humans in 3D. It aims at capturing the current and emerging
statues in the human capturing relevant technologies like 3D
reconstruction, motion, and actions. In particular, submitted papers
should clearly show novel contributions and innovative applications
covering but not limited to any of the following topics around 3D
human capturing using multiple sensor modalities:

** Multi-modal data fusion; 
** Multi-sensor alignment; 
** Sensor data denoising and completion; 
** Multi-modallearning for sensor domain invariant representations; 
** Cross-modality transfer learning; 
** Self-supervised multi-modal learning; 
** Multi-sensor and multi-modal 	capturing systems; 
** Multi-modal dynamic scene capturing; 
** Open source frameworks and libraries for working with
	multi-modal sensors; 
** Multi-modal and multi-sensor
	applications (HCI, 3D capture for XR and/or free-viewpoint
	video, tele-presence, motion capture, real-time action
	recognition, simultaneous body, hands and face capture,
	non-rigid 3D reconstruction of humans, real-time calibration
	systems, and systems integrating multiple sensor types).

Papers may be submitted from now until 29 February 2020, as papers
will be published on an ongoing basis. Submitted papers should not be
under consideration for publication elsewhere.  We also encourage
authors to send a short abstract or tentative title to the Editorial
Office in advance (

In the hope that this invitation receives your favorable
consideration, we look forward to our future collaboration.