Matthew McCrory

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Photometric variation in multi-projector displays is arguably the most vexing problem that needs to be addressed to achieve seamless tiled multi-projector displays. In this paper, we present a scalable real-time solution to correct the spatial photometric variation in multi-projector displays. A digital camera is used to capture the intensity variation(More)
Tiled displays systems built by combining the images from arrays of projectors can provide a huge number of pixel elements to applications needing to visually represent a large amount of information, including a range of scientific visualization applications and high-fidelity collaborative environments. With commodity projectors and COTS rendering clusters,(More)
Leveraging the advances of today's commodity graphics hardware, adoption of community proven collaboration technology, and the use of standard Web and Grid technologies a flexible system is designed to enable the construction of a distributed collaborative radiological visualization application. The system builds from a prototype application as well as(More)
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