“View-Dependent Stereoscopic Projection Onto Everyday Surfaces” by Bimber, Emmerling, Nitschke and Wetzstein

  • ©Oliver Bimber, Andreas Emmerling, Christian Nitschke, and Gordon Wetzstein

  • ©Oliver Bimber, Andreas Emmerling, Christian Nitschke, and Gordon Wetzstein

  • ©Oliver Bimber, Andreas Emmerling, Christian Nitschke, and Gordon Wetzstein

  • ©Oliver Bimber, Andreas Emmerling, Christian Nitschke, and Gordon Wetzstein

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    View-Dependent Stereoscopic Projection Onto Everyday Surfaces

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    Bauhaus-University Weimar

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    We show how view-dependent stereoscopic projection on ordinary (geometric complex, colored and textured) surfaces within everyday environments is made possible. Special display configurations for immersive or semi-immersive AR/VR applications that require permanent and artificial projection canvases might become unnecessary. For different application domains –such as architecture– this approach supports ad-hoc visualizations in real environments. All computations are carried out in real-time on a pixelprecise basis.


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