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We present a novel off-line algorithm for target segmentation and tracking in video. In our approach, video data is represented by a multi-label Markov Random Field model, and segmentation is accomplished by finding the minimum energy label assignment. Our goal is to obtain higher-quality segmentations than existing on-line methods, without requiring(More)
We present a novel off-line algorithm for target segmentation and tracking in video. In our approach, video data is represented by a multi-label Markov Random Field model, and segmentation is accomplished by finding the minimum energy label assignment. We propose a novel energy formulation which incorporates both segmentation and motion estimation in a(More)
We present a novel multi-planar display system based on an uncalibrated projector-camera pair. Our system exploits the juxtaposition of planar surfaces in a room to create ad-hoc visualization and display capabilities. In an office setting, for example, a desk pushed against a wall provides two perpendicular surfaces that can simultaneously display(More)
This paper presents a novel interactive system for guiding artists to paint using traditional media and tools. The enabling technology is a multi-projector display capable of controlling the appearance of an artist's canvas. This display-on-canvas guides the artist to construct the painting as a series of layers. Our process model for painting is based on(More)
This paper describes a data-driven approach for generating photorealistic animations of human motion. Each animation sequence follows a user-choreographed path and plays continuously by seamlessly transitioning between different segments of the captured data. To produce these animations, we capitalize on the complementary characteristics of motion capture(More)
A system of coordinated projectors and cameras enables the creation of projected light displays that are robust to environmental disturbances. This paper describes approaches for tackling both geometric and photometric aspects of the problem: (1) the projected image remains stable even when the system components (projector, camera or screen) are moved; (2)(More)
Projection is the only viable way to produce very large displays. Rear projection of large-scale upright displays is often preferred over front projection because of the lack of shadows that occlude the projected image. However, rear projection is not always a feasible option for space and cost reasons. Recent research suggests that many of the desirable(More)
A major problem with interactive displays based on front projection is that users cast undesirable shadows on the display surface. This paper demonstrates that shadows can be muted by redundantly illuminating the display surface using multiple projectors, all mounted at different locations. However, this technique alone does not eliminate shadows: Multiple(More)
Front projection allows large displays to be deployed relatively easily. However, it is sometimes difficult to find a location to place a projector, especially for ad-hoc installations. Additionally, front projection suffers from shadows and occlusions, making it ill-suited for interactive displays. The GVU-PROCAMS system allows programmers to deploy(More)