Building Large Area Multi-Projector Displays

@inproceedings{Brown2003BuildingLA,
  title={Building Large Area Multi-Projector Displays},
  author={Michael S. Brown and Aditi Majumder},
  booktitle={Eurographics},
  year={2003}
}
This tutorial provides an introduction to building affordable and flexible large-area multiprojector displays. The goal of the tutorial is to impart a working knowledge of several recent techniques available for making multi-projector large area displays more affordable, flexible, and easier to deploy. We will focus on two fundamental challenges: (1) generating seamless imagery across multiple projectors and (2) low-cost image generation using PC-clusters. In particular, we will provide detail… CONTINUE READING

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