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Digital Cubism, Part 2

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The author has developed a technique which allows him to show disparate events in a single frame, imaged by different cameras in different places, yet all smoothly joined together visually. The technique is called the multicamera collage, or MCC. The MCC is a collection of five programs: two shaders and three standalone programs. The shaders capture data from the rendering program when making the initial images and supply new date for rerendering. The standalone programs prepare the images for collaging, process individual collages, and build in-between frames for animation.

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 4 )

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July-Aug. 2004

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