• Jákup Klein
  • Anne Juhler Hansen
4. term, Medialogy, Master (Master Programme)
Light field displays have advantages to traditional stereoscopic head mounted displays, due to the fact that the vergence-accommodation conflict is not present. Rendering light fields can be a heavy task for computers due to the number of images that have to be rendered. Much of the information of the different images is repeated. We use pixel reprojection from the corner cameras, and from that the remaining images in the light field can be made. We compare the reprojected images with non interpolated images in a user test. In most cases the users were unable to distinguish the images. In extreme cases the reprojection approach is not capable to create the light field. Pixel reprojection is a feasible method for rendering light fields as far as quality is concerned, but render time needs to be reduced to make the method practical.
SpecialisationComputer Graphics
LanguageEnglish
Publication date2 Aug 2016
Number of pages67
ID: 238023479