Sciweavers

Share
ICCV
2005
IEEE

Realtime IBR with Omnidirectional Crossed-Slits Projection

10 years 9 months ago
Realtime IBR with Omnidirectional Crossed-Slits Projection
The Crossed-Slits (X-Slits) projection can be used to generate new views of a scene from a sequence of perspective images. Compared with other image-based rendering (IBR) techniques, X-Slits image generation is simple and requires a relatively small number of input images, which makes it suitable for realtime IBR. In this paper we extend this model to omnidirectional cameras and a circular slit. We show how it can be used for realtime image-based rendering of omnidirectional images, and how to optimize it for speed and quality. We analyze the inherent geometric distortions of the circular X-Slits projection, and describe a normalization mechanism to reduce distortions, creating a realistic virtual environment. Essentially the same mechanism is used to augment the X-Slits images with artificial objects, when using standard graphics tools which assume perspective projection.
Doron Feldman, Daphna Weinshall
Added 15 Oct 2009
Updated 30 Oct 2009
Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICCV
Authors Doron Feldman, Daphna Weinshall
Comments (0)
books