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Capturing and Viewing Gigapixel Images

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Published on May 14, 2007

This is the accompanying video to our SIGGRAPH 2007 paper.

We present a system to capture and view "Gigapixel images": very high resolution, high dynamic range, and wide angle imagery consisting of several billion pixels each. A specialized camera mount, in combination with an automated pipeline for alignment, exposure compensation, and stitching, provide the means to acquire Gigapixel images with a standard camera and lens. More importantly, our novel viewer enables exploration of such images at interactive rates over a network, while dynamically and smoothly interpolating the projection between perspective and curved projections, and simultaneously modifying the tone-mapping to ensure an optimal view of the portion of the scene being viewed.

The authors are:

Johannes Kopf
University of Konstanz




Matt Uyttendaele
Microsoft Research




Oliver Deussen
University of Konstanz




Michael Cohen
Microsoft Research

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