Audio-visual data is the most familiar format of multimedia information acquired in our daily life. In most cases, they are already paired as audio-video streams in various fields and platforms such as media contents, surveillance data, communication, game, biomedical, education, etc. However, audio and video processing have been researched in separate research areas for long time ignoring their synergy when they work together.
This workshop aims to provide a forum to exchange ideas in scene understanding techniques researched in audio and visual communities, and to ultimately unlock the creative potential of joint audio-visual signal processing to deliver a step change in various multimedia applications. Papers and talks presented in this workshop will contribute to the emerging technology for audio and visual information that can improve traditional approaches for multimedia content production and reproduction.
Proceeding on the ACM Digital Library (Free access)
04/06/2018 The submission system is open
05/07/2018 Submission due has been extended to Wednesday, 25th July
05/08/2018 Five oral papers have been finally accepted
26/10/2018 Workshop has been successfully finished
30/10/2018 The Workshop proceedings have been officially published on the ACM Digital Library