The above pictures show two applications for enhance reality visualization. The image on the left shows a three dimensional model with two virtual windows . The virtual windows are attached to the model and as the camera's view point changes they are displayed with proper perspective. Click on the left image to see an mpeg movie of moving virtual windows. The image on the left shows video of a skull registered with CT data for the same skull. A new formulation of the camera calibration problem enables us to efficiently create enhance reality visualizations using only a single image from an uncalibrated camera.
Image Guided Surgery
City Scanning Project
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Geometry and Texture from Thousands of Images, Structure from Multiple Images of Large-scale Environments, 1-2 July 2000, Dublin, Ireland (in conjuction with ECCV 2000).
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Dense Surface Patches from Thousands of Pose Images, DARPA Image Understanding Workshop, 1998.
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Last updated October 1999