A free-viewpoint video system for visualization of sport scenes

@inproceedings{Grau2007AFV,
  title={A free-viewpoint video system for visualization of sport scenes},
  author={Oliver Grau and Adrian Hilton and Joe Kilner and Gregor Miller and Tim J. Sargeant and Jonathan Starck},
  year={2007}
}
This paper introduces a new approach to using multicamera images of an event to provide a free-viewpoint video visualization of sport scenes. This allows a virtual camera to be moved freely around, and to view the action from any angle. The system is based on 3-D reconstruction techniques previously developed for studio use. A number of different 3-D representations, including billboards, visual hulls, and view-dependent geometry are evaluated for the purpose. First results show the potential… CONTINUE READING

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