Anton Frolov

Name:Anton Frolov, MSc.
Office Hours:Upon request
Research:3D computer vision, non-rigid deformation modeling, Free-Viewpoint Video

Anton Frolov is a research assistant at the Computer Science department at Bauhaus University Weimar since January 2019.

Before that, he completed his studies in the Computer Science department as a MSc with his master's thesis "Spatial-temporal integration for real-time high-fidelity reconstruction of 3D video avatars".

His research interests include various disciplines of computer vision aimed at real-time capture of dynamically changing 3D scenes, such as people and general objects. The focus of his work is modeling of realistic motion and deformation of general objects in spatial-temporal 3D sequences.

Completed Research Projects

  • ISBAU - "Intelligent control of construction machines and realistic training"



  • Frolov, A., Rendle, G., Kreskowski, A., Kaisheva, M., Froehlich, B., and Rodehorst, V.: TOWARDS FREE-VIEWPOINT VIDEO CAPTURE IN CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENTS FOR COLLABORATIVE & IMMERSIVE ANALYSIS, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLIII-B2-2021, 419–426,, 2021.


  • Matthes, C., Weissker, T., Angelidis, E., Kulik, A., Beck, S., Kunert, A., Frolov, A., Weber, S., Kreskowski, A., & Froehlich, B. (2019). The Collaborative Virtual Reality Neurorobotics Lab. In 2019 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR) (pp. 1671-1674).