Christian Weissig

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The paper presents a new approach on an omni-directional omni-stereo multi-camera system that allows the recording of panoramic 3D video with high resolution and quality and display in stereo 3D on a cylindrical screen. It has been developed in the framework of the TiME Lab at Fraunhofer HHI, an experimental platform for immersive media and related content(More)
This paper describes an approach for creating high-resolution video panoramas of large-scale sport events. In an exemplary football scenario, we used two ARRI-FLEX D-20 l~lm-style" digital cameras to capture both sides of the playing field as well as large parts of the stands. From the recorded left and right view images, we created a joint panoramic view(More)
This paper presents a new scalable and modular high-resolution multi-projection system, which is able to support any projector type and configuration. The projected images are blended at the image borders and can be adapted photometrically and geometrically to arbitrary screen geometries. To satisfy the requirements of high quality real-time video(More)
The paper presents a new geometrical concept of an omnidirectional and omni-stereoscopic multi-camera system. With such a system, 3D video panoramas can be captured and displayed at cylindrical 3D projection systems. The presented concept can be considered as an approximate solution of the well-known concentric mosaics that are defined as a sub-set of the(More)
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