Masato Ishii

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Free-viewpoint image synthesis (FVIS) refers to the process of generating novel viewpoint images from a set of multi-view images. Most of the conventional FVIS methods were based on image blending , so that they are subject to a fundamental limitation in resolution: the output resolution is lower than or at most equal to that of the input images. A(More)
This paper presents a method that jointly performs synthesis of free-viewpoint images and object segmentation from that viewpoint. This method works efficiently and online by sharing a certain calculation process among rendering and segmentation steps. Since the segmen-tation is performed for arbitrary viewpoints directly, the extracted object can be(More)