Ilya Reshetouski

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We introduce three-dimensional kaleidoscopic imaging, a promising alternative for recording multi-view imagery. The main limitation of multi-view reconstruction techniques is the limited number of views that are available from multi-camera systems, especially for dynamic scenes. Our new system is based on imaging an object inside a kaleidoscopic mirror(More)
We describe a system for acquiring reflectance fields of objects without moving parts and without a massively parallel hardware setup. Our system consists of a set of planar mirrors which serve to multiply a single camera and a single projector into a multitude of virtual counterparts. Using this arrangement, we can acquire reflectance fields with an(More)
We investigate the problem of identifying the position of a viewer inside a room of planar mirrors with unknown geometry in conjunction with the room's shape parameters. We consider the observations to consist of angularly resolved depth measurements of a single scene point that is being observed via many multi-bounce interactions with the specular room(More)
Figure 1: a) Input: Kaleidoscope image. b) User-drawn mask (green checkerboard pattern). c) User-drawn mask isolated. d) Approximate visual hull generated from (c) using image-based shading. e) Resulting labeling via visual hull. Abstract Mirror systems have recently emerged as an alternative low-cost multi-view imaging solution. The use of these systems(More)
We investigate the effect of immersing real-world materials into media of different refractive indices. We show, only some materials follow the Fresnel-governed behaviour. In reality, many materials exhibit unexpected effects such as stronger localized highlights or a significant increase in the glossy reflection due to microgeometry. We propose a(More)
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