Date of Submission

Spring 2018

Academic Programs and Concentrations

Computer Science; Mathematics

Project Advisor 1

Keith O'Hara

Project Advisor 2

Stefan Mendez-Diaz

Abstract/Artist's Statement

This project explores techniques for undistorting projections on the internal surface of a dome through projector-camera calibration. Calibration of a camera system is the process of finding properties of the imaging devices and relationship between the system and scene. A stereoscopic calibration process allows for 3D reconstruction of the scene at hand. By focusing on the specific stereoscopic calibration method of projector-camera calibration, the method enables various applications such as undistortion and warpings of the projections from the projector. Furthermore, this project attempts to adapt these methods to a fisheye camera and domed-mirror projector setup which requires different augmented techniques for calibration estimation. These adaptations of the original method allow for a greater imaging field of view and projecting area required for the unique physical scene.

Open Access Agreement

On-Campus only

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