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Homography Based Parallel Volume Intersection: Toward Real-Time Volume Reconstruction using Active Cameras

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Homography Based Parallel Volume Intersection: Toward Real-Time Volume Reconstruction using Active Cameras
Silhouette volume intersection is one of the most popular ideas for reconstructing the 3D volume of an object from multi-viewpoint silhouette images. This paper presents a novel parallel volume intersection method based on planeto-plane homography for real-time 3D volume reconstruction using active cameras. This paper mainly focuses on the acceleration of back-projection from silhouette images to 3D space without using any sophisticated software technique, such as octree volume representation, or look-up table based projection acceleration. Also this paper presents a parallel intersection method of projected silhouette images. From the preliminary experimental results we estimate near frame-rate volume reconstruction for a life-sized mannequin can be achieved at 3cm spatial resolution on our PC cluster system.
Toshikazu Wada, Xiaojun Wu, Shogo Tokai, Takashi M
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where CAMP
Authors Toshikazu Wada, Xiaojun Wu, Shogo Tokai, Takashi Matsuyama
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