3DV 2020 - International Virtual Conference on 3D Vision

Thank you very much for attending the virtual 3DV2020. We had 407 participants from all over the world. We hope you enjoyed the conference as if it had been held in a physical format. We sincerely appreciate your participation and contributions. The next edition, 3DV2021, takes place on December 1-3, 2021 in London, UK/Online. We look forward to meeting you again at 3DV2021.

Recent News

3DV 2020 Awards

3DV 2020 Awards can be found here.

Opening slides

The slides from the opening ceremony are available here.

2020-11-20 Passwords to participate in the virtual conference have been sent out.

2020-11-16 How to attend 3DV2020 is available. Details can be found here for authors and here for audience.

2020-11-09 Due to the maintenance, the registration site will be down from 2 am to 8 am on November 17 (Tuesday) [JST].

2020-10-29 Demo list is available. Details can be found here.

2020-10-26 Program is available. Details can be found here.

2020-10-07 Registration site is open. Details can be found here.


The 8th International Conference on 3D Vision will be virtually held on November 25-28, 2020. In 2011, 3DIM and 3DPVT joined forces to create a new yearly conference dedicated to 3D research, originally known as 3DIMPVT for 2011 and 2012. Since 2013, under the name 3DV (3D Vision), this event has provided a premier platform for disseminating research results covering a broad variety of topics in the area of 3D research in computer vision and graphics, from novel optical sensors, signal processing, geometric modeling, representation and transmission, to visualization and interaction, and a variety of applications. 3DV 2020 will showcase high quality single-track oral and poster presentations and demonstration sessions. It will also feature industrial exhibitions held in conjunction with the main conference. Proposals for Tutorials and Demos are also invited. Accepted papers will be published by Conference Publishing Services (CPS) and submitted to IEEE Xplore and CSDL.