Practical Multi-ProjectorDisplay Design

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A K PETERS Limited (MA), 2007 - Computers - 239 pages
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Large-area high-resolution displays are essential for scientific visualization, entertainment, and defense applications. A popular way to realize such displays is to tile multiple projectors together to create one large display. As opposed to a 19 diagonal monitor with a resolution of 60 pixels per inch, tiled multi-projector displays are often 10' x 8' and have a resolution of 100-300 pixels per inch.The research in this area spans several traditional areas in computer science, including computer vision, computer graphics, image processing, human-computer interaction, and visualization tools. This book shows how to make such displays inexpensive, flexible, and commonplace by making them both perceptually and functionally seamless. In addition, the use of multi-projector techniques in large-scale visualization, virtual reality, computer graphics, and vision applications is discussed.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Elements of ProjectionBased Displays
13
Geometric Alignment
43
Copyright

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Aditi Majumder is an assistant professor in the department of Computer Science at University of California, Irvine (UCI). Her work in color calibration of multi-projector displays at Argonne National Laboratories and the University of North Carolina is the earliest work on camera-based approaches for color seamlessness in tiled displays.Michael S. Brown is an assistant professor at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. As a visiting PhD student at the University of North Carolina, he was involved in some of the earliest work on camera-based approaches for building flexible projector-based displays.

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