Stereoscopy for Non-Planar Projections

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Stereoscopy is an emerging field in cinematography and gaming. In the field of interactive rendering on consumer hardware both, stereo rendering of standard projections and monoscopic rendering of non-planar single-center projections, such as cylindrical and spherical projections, are well known. Interactive stereo rendering of non-planar projections, though, is still a challenge. This talk sketches the adaptation of two existing monoscopic rendering techniques to stereo rendering.

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Enhancing Interactive Non-Planar Projections of 3D Geovirtual Environments with Stereoscopic Imaging : 

Enhancing Interactive Non-Planar Projections of 3D Geovirtual Environments with Stereoscopic Imaging Matthias Trapp, Haik Lorenz, Markus Jobst, Jürgen Döllner Hasso-Plattner-Institute at the University of Potsdam True-3D in Cartography 1st International Conference on 3D MapsAugust 24 - 28, 2009 Dresden, Germany 1

motivation : 

motivation geo-media technology provides interactivity, immersion facilitates the communication of 3D geo spatial data applications to cartography: increase immersion into 3D geovirtual environments support for depth-cues planar stereoscopy: well understood – rendering: straight forward supported by graphics hardware / driver non-planar stereoscopy: provides high field-of-view and image resolution 2

problem: non-planar projection surfaces : 

problem: non-planar projection surfaces rendering of digital 3D city and landscape models: high amount of geometry and texture data real-time constraints (> 20 frames per second) current generation of graphics hardware (GPU) no native support for non-planar projection surfaces requires specific rendering techniques classified into image, geometry, and ray-based approaches hardware-accelerated stereoscopic imaging: available stereo hardware modifies vertex pipeline stage  cannot be used for rendering non-planar stereoscopy 3

framework - conceptual overview : 

framework - conceptual overview 4

review: image-based approach (IBA) : 

review: image-based approach (IBA) basic concept: dynamic cube map + screen-aligned quad image warping based on normal vectors: 3-phase rendering process: create/update dynamic cubemap setup projection shader render screen-aligned quad 5

adapting IBA for stereoscopy : 

adapting IBA for stereoscopy basic idea for image-based non-planar projections: create cubemaps for each virtual camera derive non-planar projection for each cube-map examplary workflow for two stereo mates: 6

review: geometry-based approach (GBA) : 

review: geometry-based approach (GBA) projection computed on a per-vertex basis ensure sufficient on-screen vertex density dynamic mesh refinement required 7

adapting GBA for stereoscopy : 

adapting GBA for stereoscopy straight forward approach: setup piece-wise projection for each virtual camera render into different color-buffers additional post-processing step: layer compositing example for stereo image pairs: 8

rendering active & passive stereo : 

rendering active & passive stereo active stereo: using quad-buffering usually encapsulated by graphics driver passive stereo: anaglyph: color-buffer compositing polarized: render to framebuffer chromo-depth stereo: apply directly during rendering 9

rendering passive anaglyph - results : 

rendering passive anaglyph - results HITIT 10

rendering chromo-stereoscopy : 

rendering chromo-stereoscopy no need for generating stereo image pair color as a function of depth 11

rendering chromo-stereoscopy - results : 

rendering chromo-stereoscopy - results HITIT 12

applying chromo-stereoscopy : 

applying chromo-stereoscopy GBA: straight forward application to fragment‘s depth IBA: needs depth correction 13

rendering chromo-stereoscopy - results : 

rendering chromo-stereoscopy - results HITIT 14

chroma-stereoscopy issues : 

chroma-stereoscopy issues common problems for IBA and GBA: distribution of color can decrease stereo effect perception: facade information (texture) is altered interaction: focal plane must be adapted 15

binary comparision GBA vs. IBA : 

binary comparision GBA vs. IBA 16

conclusions & future work : 

conclusions & future work conclusions: interactive stereoscopic rendering for non-planar projections increases immersion, thus psychological depth cues performance limited by geometric complexity of the scene GBA outperforms IBA but IBA much easier to implement/use open problem: omni-directional stereo without image artifacts future work: auto stereoscopy for non-planar projections surfaces eye tracking to adjust user‘s focal plane 17

Thank you for your attention! Questions? : 

Thank you for your attention! Questions? Contact Matthias Trapp matthias.trapp@hpi.uni-potsdam.de Haik Lorenzhaik-lorenz@hpi.uni-potsdam.de Markus Jobst office@jobstmedia.at Jürgen Döllner juergen.doellner@hpi.uni-potsdam.de Workgroup 3D Geoinformation www.3dgi.de/ Computergraphics System Group www.hpi.uni-potsdam.de/doellner/ 18

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