Course 11 Tracking : Beyond 15 Minutes of Thought

@inproceedings{Welch2001Course1T,
  title={Course 11 Tracking : Beyond 15 Minutes of Thought},
  author={Greg Welch and Gary Bishop},
  year={2001}
}
The visual display transformation for virtual reality (VR) systems is typically much more complex than the standard viewing transformation discussed in the literature for conventional computer graphics. The process can be represented as a series of transformations, some of which contain parameters that must match the physical configuration of the system hardware and the user’s body. Because of the number and complexity of the transformations, a systematic approach and a thorough understanding… CONTINUE READING

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