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3D video system for capturing unexpected moments in daily life

3D video system for capturing unexpected moments in daily life
3D video system for capturing unexpected moments in daily life
In this paper, we propose a new free-view video system that generates 3D video from arbitrary point of view, using multiple cameras. When target objects are captured by these cameras, the PC allocated to each capturing camera segments the objects and transmits the masks and color textures to a 3D modeling server via the system's network. The modeling server then generates 3D models of each object from the gathered masks. Finally, the server generates a 3D video at the designated point of view with the 3D model and texture information. In 3D modeling, a reliability-based shape-from-silhouette technique reconstructs a visual hull by carving a 3D space based on the intra-/inter-silhouette reliabilities. In final view rendering, we use a cinematographic camera control system and an ARToolkit to control virtual cameras.
3D video system, Arbitrary view generation, ARToolkit, Camera work, Multiple cameras, Visual hull, Cameras, Optical communication, Personal computers, Servers, Target tracking, Three dimensional, 3D modeling servers, 3D video systems, Visual hulls, Three dimensional computer graphics
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Kim, H.
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Sakamoto, R.
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Kitahara, I.
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Toriyama, T.
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Kogure, K.
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Javidi, Bahram
Okano, Fumio
Son, Jung-Young
Kim, H.
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Sakamoto, R.
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Kitahara, I.
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Toriyama, T.
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Kogure, K.
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Javidi, Bahram
Okano, Fumio
Son, Jung-Young

Kim, H., Sakamoto, R., Kitahara, I., Toriyama, T. and Kogure, K. (2007) 3D video system for capturing unexpected moments in daily life. In, Javidi, Bahram, Okano, Fumio and Son, Jung-Young (eds.) Three-Dimensional TV, Video, and Display VI. (Proceedings of SPIE, , (doi:10.1117/12.733425), 6778) SPIE (11/06/07) SPIE. (doi:10.1117/12.733425).

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Abstract

In this paper, we propose a new free-view video system that generates 3D video from arbitrary point of view, using multiple cameras. When target objects are captured by these cameras, the PC allocated to each capturing camera segments the objects and transmits the masks and color textures to a 3D modeling server via the system's network. The modeling server then generates 3D models of each object from the gathered masks. Finally, the server generates a 3D video at the designated point of view with the 3D model and texture information. In 3D modeling, a reliability-based shape-from-silhouette technique reconstructs a visual hull by carving a 3D space based on the intra-/inter-silhouette reliabilities. In final view rendering, we use a cinematographic camera control system and an ARToolkit to control virtual cameras.

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Published date: 26 September 2007
Additional Information: Export Date: 30 April 2020 CODEN: PSISD
Venue - Dates: SPIE, 2007-06-11
Keywords: 3D video system, Arbitrary view generation, ARToolkit, Camera work, Multiple cameras, Visual hull, Cameras, Optical communication, Personal computers, Servers, Target tracking, Three dimensional, 3D modeling servers, 3D video systems, Visual hulls, Three dimensional computer graphics

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Local EPrints ID: 440552
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/440552
PURE UUID: f3677a0a-6eca-46ab-8480-2b832153575d
ORCID for H. Kim: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-4907-0491

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Date deposited: 07 May 2020 16:31
Last modified: 23 May 2020 00:47

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Author: H. Kim ORCID iD
Author: R. Sakamoto
Author: I. Kitahara
Author: T. Toriyama
Author: K. Kogure
Editor: Bahram Javidi
Editor: Fumio Okano
Editor: Jung-Young Son

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