Automatic Geometric Calibration of Projector-based Light Field Displays (English)

In: EuroVis - Short Papers   ;  2013

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We present a novel calibration method for continuous multiview (light field) projection-based displays using a single uncalibrated camera and four fiducial markers. Calibration starts from a simple parametric description of the display layout. First, individual projectors are calibrated through parametric optimization of an idealized pin- hole model. Then, the overall display and projector parameterization is globally optimized. Finally, independently for each projector, remaining errors are corrected through a rational 2D warping function. The final parame- ters are available to rendering engines to quickly compute forward and backward projections. The technique is demonstrated in the calibration of a large-scale horizontal-parallax-only 35MPixels light field display.

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