4.2: Self‐Calibrating Tiled Displays

@article{Bhasker200742ST,
  title={4.2: Self‐Calibrating Tiled Displays},
  author={Ezekiel S. Bhasker and Aditi Majumder},
  journal={SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers},
  year={2007},
  volume={38}
}
This paper presents seamless tiled displays via completely distributed network of projector‐camera systems that calibrates itself without any user intervention. This makes projection‐based tiled displays very easy to deploy and maintain. The decentralized calibration methodology presented to achieve this also enables advanced capabilities like scalability, reconfigurability and fault‐tolerance. 
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