Virtual Reality Displays
Thursday, 31 July 2003
1:45 - 3:30 pm
Room 30 A-D
Session Chair: Mel Slater, University College London
Simulating Spatial Assumptions
A novel method for quantifying functional fidelity based on structures of specific spaces. Results could affect distribution of rendering quality associated with objects in spaces.
University of Sussex
A Tile-Based 3D Frame Using a Reconfigurable Display Matrix
A pre-warped texture image is projected onto the scene-shaped wall to create a true 3D representation of the scene.
The Ohio State University
Omnidirectional Stereo Surround for Panoramic Virtual Environments
Combining advantages of 19th-century panorama paintings with projection-based virtual environments to create an interactive multi-user, omnidirectional stereo display. This allows new paradigms for group interaction and storytelling.
Fraunhofer-Institut für Medienkommunikation
Video-Based Virtual Environments
A system for rapidly developing and deploying semi-interactive, video-based virtual environments.
University of Southern California
Interactive Light Field Display From a Cluster of Projectors
A novel display system that physically realizes a sampling of the light field emitted by a three-dimensional scene. The method uses a cluster of commodity projectors.
University of Kentucky