Review of image-based rendering techniques

  title={Review of image-based rendering techniques},
  author={Harry Shum and Sing Bing Kang},
In this paper, we survey the techniques for image-based rendering. Unlike traditional 3D computer graphics in which 3D geometry of the scene is known, image-based rendering techniques render novel views directly from input images. Previous image-based rendering techniques can be classified into three categories according to how much geometric information is used: rendering without geometry, rendering with implicit geometry (i.e., correspondence), and rendering with explicit geometry (either… CONTINUE READING
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