Multi-Perspective Images for Visualisation

@inproceedings{Vallance2001MultiPerspectiveIF,
  title={Multi-Perspective Images for Visualisation},
  author={Scott Vallance and Paul R. Calder},
  booktitle={VIP},
  year={2001}
}
Submitted to Visual Information Processing Workshop 2001 Abstract This paper describes the concept, and previous realisations, of multi-perspective images in nature, art and visualisation. By showing how distortions have been used for visualisation, it motivates the use of multiperspective images, which are similar in effect to object based distortions. A new API being developed to facilitate multi-perspective rendering is presented, with particular reference to its suitability for interactive… CONTINUE READING
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