21 February 2018 Projector primary-based optimization for superimposed projection mappings
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J. of Electronic Imaging, 27(1), 011011 (2018). doi:10.1117/1.JEI.27.1.011011
Recently, many researchers have focused on fully overlapping projections for three-dimensional (3-D) projection mapping systems but reproducing a high-quality appearance using this technology still remains a challenge. On top of existing color compensation-based methods, much effort is still required to faithfully reproduce an appearance that is free from artifacts, colorimetric inconsistencies, and inappropriate illuminance over the 3-D projection surface. According to our observation, this is due to the fact that overlapping projections are treated as an additive-linear mixture of color. However, this is not the case according to our elaborated observations. We propose a method that enables us to use high-quality appearance data that are measured from original objects and regenerate the same appearance by projecting optimized images using multiple projectors, ensuring that the projection-rendered results look visually close to the real object. We prepare our target appearances by photographing original objects. Then, using calibrated projector–camera pairs, we compensate for missing geometric correspondences to make our method robust against noise. The heart of our method is a target appearance-driven adaptive sampling of the projection surface followed by a representation of overlapping projections in terms of the projector-primary response. This gives off projector-primary weights to facilitate blending and the system is applied with constraints. These samples are used to populate a light transport-based system. Then, the system is solved minimizing the error to get the projection images in a noise-free manner by utilizing intersample overlaps. We ensure that we make the best utilization of available hardware resources to recreate projection mapped appearances that look as close to the original object as possible. Our experimental results show compelling results in terms of visual similarity and colorimetric error.
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Bilal Ahmed, Jong Hun Lee, Yong Yi Lee, Kwan H. Lee, "Projector primary-based optimization for superimposed projection mappings," Journal of Electronic Imaging 27(1), 011011 (21 February 2018). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.27.1.011011 Submission: Received 29 September 2017; Accepted 2 February 2018
Submission: Received 29 September 2017; Accepted 2 February 2018


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