“Traversing Complex Environments Using Time-Indexed High Dynamic Range Panoramas” by Hui, Martinez and Cain

  • ©Antonio Hui, Philippe Martinez, and Kevin Cain

  • ©Antonio Hui, Philippe Martinez, and Kevin Cain

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    Traversing Complex Environments Using Time-Indexed High Dynamic Range Panoramas

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Entry Number: 39


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    Static panoramic photography has been shown to contribute to context-rich descriptions of regions under archaeological study [Allen et al. 2004]. We show that fast traversal through a matrix of dynamic panoramas can allow users to quickly locate specific target features within a complex scene. Results are presented using two large archaeological monuments as a test subjects.


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    ALLEN, P., FEINER, S., TROCCOLI, A., BENKO, H., ISHAK, E. AND SMITH, B. 2004. Seeing into the Past: Creating a 3D Modeling Pipeline for Archaeological Visualization. In Proceedings of the 3D Data Processing, Visualization, and Transmission, 2nd international Symposium on (3dpvt’04), IEEE Computer Society, 751-758.


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