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New production tools for the planning and the on -set visualisation of virtual and real scenes

@inproceedings{Grau2003NewPT,
  title={New production tools for the planning and the on -set visualisation of virtual and real scenes},
  author={Oliver Grau and Stefano Tubaro and Jan Woetzel and Reinhard Koch and Fabio Lavagetto and Mark Milne and E. Murphy and Marc Price and O. Razzoli and Augusto Sarti and S. Spallarossa},
  year={2003}
}
ORIGAMI is a EU-funded IST project with the goal of developing advanced tools and new production techniques for high-quality mixing of real and virtual content for film and TV productions. In particular, the project focuses on pre-production tools for set extension through image-based 3D modelling of environments and object. One key goal of the project is to achieve realtime in-studio previsualisation of the virtual elements (objects and actors) of the extended set. In this paper we illustrate… 
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