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Modified shutter glasses for projection and picture acquisition in virtual environments

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2 Author(s)
Kunz, A.M. ; Center of Product Dev., Swiss Fed. Inst. of Technol., Zurich, Switzerland ; Spagno, C.P.

Virtual reality (VR) can be extended to create a collaborative distributed environment over a physical network. However, such an environment can only be established if both the virtual objects and the other users can be seen simultaneously in real time. This requires a novel technique to overcome the contradicting requirements of darkness and light for image projection and video acquisition, respectively. In order to make an inexpensive and easy-to-build solution, a camera acquisition system and a stroboscopic light are added to an existing VR system. Modifications are made to existing shutter glasses to handle simultaneous projection and video acquisition. In such a solution, the method of projection in the VR system remains unmodified. This paper describes how to resolve the conflict between the darkness required for projection and sufficient lighting for video acquisition.

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Virtual Reality, 2001. Proceedings. IEEE

Date of Conference:

17-17 March 2001