Rendering Layered Depth Images

@inproceedings{Gortler1997RenderingLD,
  title={Rendering Layered Depth Images},
  author={Steven J. Gortler},
  year={1997}
}
In this paper we present an e cient image based rendering system that renders multiple frames per second on a PC. Our method performs warping from an intermediate representation called a layered depth image (LDI). An LDI is a view of the scene from a single input camera view, but with multiple pixels along each line of sight. When n input images are preprocessed to create a single LDI, the size of the representation grows linearly only with the observed depth complexity in the n images, instead… CONTINUE READING
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