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Developing a 2.5-D video avatar

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Immersive projection technology has become very popular as a virtual reality display system. A 2.5-D video avatar method was proposed and developed. The 2.5-D video avatar was created using a depth map generated by a stereo camera, and it was superimposed on the shared virtual world in real time. A 2.5-D video avatar was also transmitted between two immersive projection displays, computer augmented booth for image navigation (CABIN) and COSMOS, which were connected by a high bandwidth ATM network. In addition, we experimentally evaluated the accuracy of pointing when using the 2.5-D video avatar

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Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 3 )