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Apr
28

Computer Vision Group – Home













Welcome to the website of the Computer Vision Group.

Prof. Dr. Laura Leal-Taixé

Prof. Dr. Daniel Cremers

Prof. Dr. Florian Bernard

Sabine Wagner

Dr. Erik Bylow

Dr. habil. Rudolph Triebel

Dr. Vladyslav Usenko

Dr. Tao Wu

Quirin Lohr

Mohammed Brahimi

John Chiotellis

Nikolaus Demmel

Patrick Dendorfer

Marvin Eisenberger

Thomas Frerix

Maolin Gao

Vladimir Golkov

Björn Häfner

Qadeer Khan

Lukas Köstler

Zorah Lähner

Emanuel Laude

Maxim Maximov

Tim Meinhardt

Lu Sang

David Schubert

Yuesong Shen

Christiane Sommer

Lukas von Stumberg

Aysim Toker

Christian Tomani

Rui Wang

Patrick Wenzel

Nan Yang

Zhenzhang Ye

Qunjie Zhou

 

News

  • We have four papers accepted to CVPR 2020!

  • We have four papers accepted to ECCV 2018!

  • Nov 15 2017: Laura Leal-Taixé receives the prestigious Sofja-Kovalevskaja Award (1.65 Mio €) by the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation.
  • We have six papers accepted to the International Conference on Computer Vision 2017!

  • We have seven papers accepted to CVPR 2017!

  • Our SGP
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Apr
24

Computer Vision Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

These days, many of us have jobs that require us to stare at computer screens for hours at a time. That can put a real strain on your eyes.

Eye problems caused by computer use fall under the heading computer vision syndrome (CVS). It isn’t one specific problem. Instead, it includes a whole range of eye strain and discomfort. Research shows that between 50% and 90% of people who work at a computer screen have at least some symptoms.

Working adults aren’t the only ones affected. Kids who stare at tablets or use computers during the day at school can have issues, too, especially if the lighting and their posture are less than ideal.


How Do Computers Affect Vision?

CVS is similar to carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive motion injuries you might get at work. It happens because your eyes follow the same path over

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