Format: 20 min presentation followed by 5 min questions and answers.
Please email your presentation to me by 5:00PM on the day before you are to give your talk.
I will post links to these files on the course home page, and you will be able to open them from the classroom pc and projector.
- No more than 4-5 bullets any single slide.
- Illustrate with graphics wherever possible.
- Do at least one dry run to determine how many slides you are likely to cover in 20 min. Make sure you will have time to get to the critical slides.
- Have a core set of slides (15-25) and a supplementary set (0-10+) which you can cover if you have time.
Your core set should include clear statements of:
- your problem
- where it fits: 3-D/motion? passive/active?
- your basic approach
- the literature and your relation to it
- what you have produced to date
- what your minimal goals for the project include
- what you will do if you have additional time It may include anything else as well, but these items are valuable in framing your project.
- Assume audience is knowledgeable in computer vision but not necessarily in the exact area of your project.
- Oral presentation: nervousness, which everyone feels, tends to make you speak quickly. Speak at a moderate pace, be careful not to speak too quickly.
- Mention at the beginning of your presentation if you want questions as they occur to people, or to hold questions until you are done.