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The use of computer generated integral images to visualise cyber-sculpture

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6 Author(s)
Brown, K. ; Dept. Fine Arts, Metropolitan Univ., Manchester, UK ; McCormick, M. ; Davies, N. ; Forman, M.C.
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Over the past decade there has emerged a growing number of sculptors, from around the globe, who have found a use for the computer in their research and practice. For some it offers a design tool but for others it has become a new media. A new integral imaging system capable of real-time capture and replay and methods of computer generation of synthetic integral images has been developed. Keith Brown, a sculptor was intrigued at the possibilities this offers as a means through which to realize cyber-sculptures as true 3D optical constructs. This paper presents the most recent results of the collaboration between Keith Brown and the Imaging Technologies Group at De Montfort University.

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Eurographics UK Conference, 2002. Proceedings. The 20th

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