A Free-Viewpoint Virtual Mirror with Marker-Less User Interaction

@inproceedings{Straka2011AFV,
  title={A Free-Viewpoint Virtual Mirror with Marker-Less User Interaction},
  author={Matthias Straka and Stefan Hauswiesner and Matthias R{\"u}ther and Horst Bischof},
  booktitle={SCIA},
  year={2011}
}
We present a Virtual Mirror system which is able to simulate a physically correct full-body mirror on a monitor. In addition, users can freely rotate the mirror image which allows them to look at themselves from the side or from the back, for example. This is achieved through a multiple camera system and visual hull based rendering. A real-time 3D reconstruction and rendering pipeline enables us to create a virtual mirror image at 15 frames per second on a single computer. Moreover, it is… CONTINUE READING
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