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By panning and zooming camera, a system of the multiple cameras can obtain wider range of common field of views. It means that an image based motion capture system can measure bodies in motion of wider range. To do so, a key idea is a camera calibration by matching the panned and zoomed image with a panoramic image of the background. We show an experiment of motion capture of a gymnastic athlete in floor exercise by the calibrated cameras.

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Capturing Floor Exercise from Multiple Panning-Zooming Cameras
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