Manuscript Titled “3D Grape Bunch Model Reconstruction from 2D Images” has been Accepted for Publication in Computers and Electronics in Agriculture.

Our research team is pleased to announce that our manuscript titled “3D Grape Bunch Model Reconstruction from 2D Images” has been accepted for publication in the journal Computers and Electronics in Agriculture.

This paper, authored by Yan San Woo, Zhuguang Li, Shun Tamura, Prawit Buayai, Hiromitsu Nishizaki, Koji Makino, Latifah Munirah Kamarudin, and Xiaoyang Mao, introduces a pioneering technology for reconstructing a 3D model of a grape bunch, with each berry uniquely identified, using 2D images captured in real grape field conditions. The development of this technology is set to reshape the grape cultivation landscape. By providing an accurate 3D model of grape bunches, it offers an innovative approach to automate berry counting and identification, enhancing the efficiency of the thinning process. This technology is particularly significant in the agriculture industry, where precision and automation are becoming increasingly vital.

This accomplishment underscores our commitment to advancing agricultural technology and contributing valuable insights to the industry. We extend our gratitude to our co-authors, contributors, and readers for their constant support.

The full paper can be accessed here.