Beyond the Screen

@article{Choi2019BeyondTS,
  title={Beyond the Screen},
  author={W. Choi and Taehyung Lee and Wonchul Kang},
  journal={SIGGRAPH Asia 2019 Technical Briefs},
  year={2019}
}
While working on the theme park ride project, we were required to solve problems of making a projection screen as a window that shows the virtual world behind it. To create this magical effect, we developed our own image resampling pipeline called ”BeyondScreen”. For each screen, it generates a video clip that makes the audience in the ride feel like they are seeing the virtual space. It produces a sense of depth by showing hidden areas beyond the screen as the viewpoint moves. After ensuring… Expand

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