Virtual and Augmented Architecture (VAA'01): Proceedings of the International Symposium on Virtual and Augmented Architecture (VAA'01), Trinity College, Dublin, 21 -22 June 2001 / Edition 1

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Overview

This book contains papers presented at the First International Symposium on Virtual and Augmented Architecture, which was held at Trinity College, Dublin, in June 2001.
This volume brings together state-of-the-art research in virtual reality model capture, intelligent data labelling of environments such as museums and offices, and architecture-oriented applications, which arises from the intersection of architecture, computer graphics and computer vision.
Example applications of this fusion include:
- virtual tourism,
- virtual heritage sites,
- intelligent classrooms,
- building maintenance.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781852334567
  • Publisher: Springer London
  • Publication date: 8/24/2001
  • Edition description: 2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 267
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Debevec - Reconstructing and Augmenting Architecture with Image-Based Modeling, Rendering and Lighting.-
Pollefeys, Vergauwen, Verbiest, Cornelis, Tops, Van Gool - Virtual Models from Video and Vice-Verso.-
Farid - Reconstructing Ancient Egyptian Tombs.-
Smith, Salzman, Stuerzlinger - 3D Scene Manipulation with Constraints.-
Nissinen, Kytonen, Kukkonen, Myllärinen, Voipio - Maps and Virtual Worlds, does history repeat itself?-
Sappa, Devy - Efficient Contour Extraction in Range Image Segmentation for Building Modelling.-
Fisher - Projective ICP and Stabilizing Architectural Augmented Reality Overlays.-
Pasman, Persa, Jansen - Realistic Low-Latency Mobile AR Rendering.-
Pinhanez - Augmenting Reality with Projected Interactive Displays.-
Canciani - A 3D Model of an Urban Part: the Ostiense-Marconi area in Rome.-
Kukkonen, Myllärinen, Nissinen, Voipio - A Dual Approach for Creating Very Large Models.-
Mueller - Three-Dimensional Virtual Reconstruction of Buildings: Techniques and Applications.-
Munchhofen, Scheler, Hergenröther, Hagen - Diversified Visualisation from WWW to VR.-
Nuyts et al - Vision on Conservation: Virtef.-
Pomaska - Under Construction - Interactive Project Presentation of a Horticultural Exhibition.-
Dias, Sequeira, Goncalves, Vaz - Combining Intensity and Range Images for 3D Architectural Modelling.-
Karras, Petsa, Dimarogona, Kouroupis - Photo-Textured Rendering of Developable Surfaces in Architectural Photogrammetry.-
Bräuer-Burchardt, Voss - Image Rectification for Reconstruction of Destroyed Historical Buildings using Single Views.-
Eckel - ExViz: A Virtual Exhibition Design Environment.- Paquet, El-Hakim, Beraldin, Peters - The Virtual Museum: Virtualisation of Real Historical Environments and Artefacts and Three-Dimensional Shape-Based Searching.-
Bartoli, Sturm - Constrained Structure and Motion from N Views of a Piecewise Planar Scene.-
Montiel, Zisserman - AutomatedArchitectural Acquisition from a Camera Undergoing Planar Motion.-
Jelinek, Taylor - Quasi-Dense Motion Stereo for 3D View Morphing.-
Liu, Tsui, Heyden - 3D Reconstruction of a Building from an Uncalibrated Image Sequence - A Scene Based Strategy.-
Partington, Jaynes - A Hybrid Image and Model Based Approach to Photorealistic Building Reconstruction.-
Wright, Watson, Middleton - Archetype: Towards the Integration of Photogrammetric and Laser Range Data for Architectural Reconstruction.

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