MegaParallax: 360° Panoramas with Motion Parallax

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Abstract

We propose a pipeline to capture, process and display cylindrical 360° panoramas with motion parallax, an important depth cue for monocular vision, suitable for real-world VR applications. We do not stitch a video into an equirectangular representation, but use the individual frames in an omnidirectional stereo panorama setup [3] and perform image-based rendering (IBR) without accurate scene proxy or per-image depth maps. The IBR formulation allows our method to synthesise novel viewpoints on-the-fly within the area of the captured camera circle, sampling input images efficiently per pixel in order to create a novel view, which in turn leads to motion parallax. Our approach makes it possible for casual consumers to capture and view high-quality 360° panoramas with binocular disparity and motion parallax. We assume static environments throughout the pipeline.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 13 Dec 2018
EventCVMP 2018: The European Conference on Visual Media Production - BFI Southbank, London, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 13 Dec 201814 Dec 2018
https://www.cvmp-conference.org/

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ConferenceCVMP 2018
Abbreviated titleCVMP
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityLondon
Period13/12/1814/12/18
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Bertel, T., Campbell, N., & Richardt, C. (2018). MegaParallax: 360° Panoramas with Motion Parallax. Poster session presented at CVMP 2018, London, UK United Kingdom.

MegaParallax: 360° Panoramas with Motion Parallax. / Bertel, Tobias; Campbell, Neill; Richardt, Christian.

2018. Poster session presented at CVMP 2018, London, UK United Kingdom.

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Bertel, T, Campbell, N & Richardt, C 2018, 'MegaParallax: 360° Panoramas with Motion Parallax' CVMP 2018, London, UK United Kingdom, 13/12/18 - 14/12/18, .
Bertel T, Campbell N, Richardt C. MegaParallax: 360° Panoramas with Motion Parallax. 2018. Poster session presented at CVMP 2018, London, UK United Kingdom.
Bertel, Tobias ; Campbell, Neill ; Richardt, Christian. / MegaParallax: 360° Panoramas with Motion Parallax. Poster session presented at CVMP 2018, London, UK United Kingdom.1 p.
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