A Book on Image Processing for 3D
The "Image and Geometry Processing for 3-D Cinematography" by Rémi Ronfard and Gabriel Taubin was published in 2010 by Springer but for some unknown reason it passed under our bibliographic radar...
This 250* pages book Part I is a 100 pages intro to 3D cinema and free viewpoint television. Part II covers recent developments in geometry processing for 2D stereoscopic cinema and free viewpoint television such as Cell-based 3D video capture with active cameras. Part III is about developments in image processing such as 'wavelet-based inverse light and reflectance from images of a known object' oro '3D Cinematography with approximate or no geometry'.
The authorsRemi Ronfard is a French engineer. He is the head of Image and Geometry Department, Laboratoire Jean Kuntzman, Grenoble University (France); he is co-leader of the IMAGINE team at INRIA, Grenble, France and a specialist in high-level models for virtual cinematography and film editing in interactive narrative environments.
Visit Rémi Ronfard's web page at INRIA.Gabriel Taubin is associate professor of engineering and computer sciencesat Brown University Research. His main research interests fall at the intersection of the following disciplines: Applied Computational Geometry, Computer Graphics, Geometric Modeling, 3D Photography, and Computer Vision. He has more than 20 publications in his bibliography. Visit Gabriel Taubin's web page at BROWN Research.
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