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Cinematized Reality: Cinematographic 3D Video System for Daily Life Using Multiple Outer/Inner Cameras

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4 Author(s)
Hansung Kim ; Media Information Science Lab, ATR, Japan ; Sakamoto, R. ; Kogure, K. ; Kitahara, I.

The purpose of Cinematized Reality is to record unexpected moments in people’s lives and create movies that look as if they were created from real, expertly captured film footage. The approach toward Cinematized Reality is to generate free-view video streams from multiple videos. The proposed system reconstructs 3D models of the capturing space using outer environmental cameras and an inner omni-directional camera, and then generates realistic video of those objects from a designated viewpoint by controlling a virtual camera as an expert would. This prototype system follows the grammar of film language and applies expert knowledge to generate desirable film footage using a sequence of shots taken by the virtual camera.

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Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshop, 2006. CVPRW '06. Conference on

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17-22 June 2006