In this paper, a simple and efficient projection mapping framework is proposed so that even a projection mapping novice can easily map multiple video clips onto multiple different flat surfaces of the real world, which are not orthogonal to the projection direction. We also propose a symmetrical mesh refinement method to reduce the severe distortion of each image resulting from a flat surface having a certain angle to the projection direction. Through experiments, we proved that the proposed method reduced the image distortion error by 95.19 %.
- Projection mapping
- Multiple video mapping
- Texture distortion
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Jo, IJ., Lee, J., Choi, YJ. (2017). Simple Method of Video Mapping of Multiple Targets. In: Park, J., Pan, Y., Yi, G., Loia, V. (eds) Advances in Computer Science and Ubiquitous Computing. UCAWSN CUTE CSA 2016 2016 2016. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 421. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-3023-9_102
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