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Image-Based Geometrically-Correct Photorealistic Scene/Object Modeling (IBPhM): A Review

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Image-Based Geometrically-Correct Photorealistic Scene/Object Modeling (IBPhM): A Review
There are emerging interests from both computer vision and computer graphics communities in obtaining photorealistic modeling of a scene or an object from real images. This paper presents a tentative review of the computer vision techniques used in such modeling which guarantee the generated views to be geometrically correct. The topics covered include mosaicking for building environment maps, CAD-like modeling for building 3D geometric models together with texture maps extracted from real images, image-based rendering for synthesizing new views from uncalibrated images, and techniques for modeling the appearance variation of a scene or an object under different illumination conditions. Major issues and difficulties are addressed.
Zhengyou Zhang
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where ACCV
Authors Zhengyou Zhang
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