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Tracking and Retexturing Cloth for Real-Time Virtual Clothing Applications

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Tracking and Retexturing Cloth for Real-Time Virtual Clothing Applications
In this paper, we describe a dynamic texture overlay method from monocular images for real-time visualization of garments in a virtual mirror environment. Similar to looking into a mirror when trying on clothes, we create the same impression but for virtually textured garments. The mirror is replaced by a large display that shows the mirrored image of a camera capturing e.g. the upper body part of a person. By estimating the elastic deformations of the cloth from a single camera in the 2D image plane and recovering the illumination of the textured surface of a shirt in real time, an arbitrary virtual texture can be realistically augmented onto the moving garment such that the person seems to wear the virtual clothing. The result is a combination of the real video and the new augmented model yielding a realistic impression of the virtual piece of cloth. Key words: Cloth Tracking and Augmentation, Augmented Reality, Virtual Clothing
Anna Hilsmann, Peter Eisert
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where MIRAGE
Authors Anna Hilsmann, Peter Eisert
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