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3D-TV Production From Conventional Cameras for Sports Broadcast
3DTV production of live sports events presents a challenging problem involving conflicting requirements of maintaining broadcast stereo picture quality with practical problems in developing robustExpand
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A Free-Viewpoint Video Renderer
Free-viewpoint video allows interactive control of the camera viewpoint in video playback using a three-dimensional (3D) scene representation. This paper describes the challenges and theExpand
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A Comparative Study of Free-Viewpoint Video Techniques For sports events
This paper presents a quantitative analysis of free-viewpoint video techniques applied to the problem of virtual view synthesis in sports events. A consideration of errors in the synthesis pipelineExpand
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Robust graph-cut scene segmentation and reconstruction for free-viewpoint video of complex dynamic scenes
Current state-of-the-art image-based scene reconstruction techniques are capable of generating high-fidelity 3D models when used under controlled capture conditions. However, they are oftenExpand
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Objective Quality Assessment in Free-Viewpoint Video Production
This paper addresses the problem of objectively measuring quality in free-viewpoint video production. The accuracy of scene reconstruction is typically limited and an evaluation of free-viewpointExpand
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Dual-Mode Deformable Models for Free-Viewpoint Video of Sports Events
Generating free-viewpoint video in outdoor sports environments is currently an unsolved problem due to difficulties in obtaining accurate background segmentation and camera calibration. This paperExpand
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A Free-Viewpoint Video System for Visualization of Sport Scenes
This paper introduces a new approach to using multicamera images of an event to provide a free-viewpoint video visualization of sport scenes. This allows a virtual camera to be moved freely around,Expand
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Objective Quality Assessment in Free-Viewpoint Video Production
This paper addresses the problem of objectively measuring quality in free-viewpoint video production. The accuracy of scene reconstruction is typically limited and an evaluation of free-viewpointExpand
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A Robust Free-Viewpoint Video System for Sport Scenes
This contribution describes robust methods to provide a free-viewpoint video visualisation of sport scenes using a multi-camera set-up. This allows generation of novel views of actions from any angleExpand
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3D action matching with key-pose detection
This paper addresses the problem of human action matching in outdoor sports broadcast environments, by analysing 3D data from a recorded human activity and retrieving the most appropriate proxyExpand
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