Simultaneous Augmentation of Textures and Deformation Based on Dynamic Projection Mapping

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Description: Dynamic projection mapping (DPM) is a technique of overwriting the appearance of dynamically moving targets. This demo shows overwriting textures and deformation by DPM using a 1000fps projector-camera system. The audience will see augmentation of the real world in that a plaster figure turns into a colorful and flabby object.

Leo Miyashita, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Kentaro Fukamizu, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Masatoshi Ishikawa, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Leo Miyashita researches how to create realistic digital visualizations that are mapped onto real-world objects. He is Research Manager of the System Vision Design Research Group at The University of Tokyo (Japan), where he also obtained his award-winning Ph.D.

Kentaro Fukamizu researches high-speed computer graphics with optical illusions. He studied at The University of Tokyo (Japan) and now works at sony.

Masatoshi Ishikawa researches massively parallel high-speed vision, high-speed Intelligent robots, dynamic Interaction, optics in computing. He is a project professor at The University of Tokyo.