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Augmenting reality: On the shared history of perceptual illusion and video projection mapping

  title={Augmenting reality: On the shared history of perceptual illusion and video projection mapping},
  author={{\'A}. Pastor},
  • Á. Pastor
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Perceptual illusions based on the spatial correspondence between objects and displayed images have been pursued by artists and scientists since the 15th century, mastering optics to create crucial techniques as the linear perspective and devices as the Magic Lantern. Contemporary video projection mapping inherits and further extends this drive to produce perceptual illusions in space by incorporating the required real time capabilities for dynamically superposing the imaginary onto physical… CONTINUE READING

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