Bibtex de la publication

@InProceedings{ Ga2014.7,
author = {Gaddam, Vamsidhar Reddy and Langseth, Ragnar and Stensland,, Håkon Kvale and Gurdjos, Pierre and Charvillat, Vincent and Griwodz, Carsten and Johansen, Dag and Halvorsen, Pål},
title = "{Be your own cameraman: real-time support for zooming and panning into stored and live panoramic video (regular paper)}",
booktitle = "{Multimedia Systeme Conference (MMSys), Singapore, 19/03/2014-21/03/2014}",
year = {2014},
publisher = {ACM},
address = {http://www.acm.org/},
pages = {168--171},
language = {anglais},
URL = {https://www.simula.no/publications/mmsys.2014-02-12.5304482962/simula_pdf_file - http://oatao.univ-toulouse.fr/12997/},
abstract = {High-resolution panoramic video with a wide eld-of-view is popular in many contexts. However, in many examples, like surveillance and sports, it is often desirable to zoom and pan into the generated video. A challenge in this respect is real-time support, but in this demo, we present an end-to- end real-time panorama system with interactive zoom and panning. Our system installed at Alfheim stadium, a Nor- wegian premier league soccer team, generates a cylindrical panorama from ve 2K cameras live where the perspective is corrected in real-time when presented to the client. This gives a better and more natural zoom compared to existing systems using perspective panoramas and zoom operations using plain crop. Our experimental results indicate that vir- tual views can be generated far below the frame-rate thresh- old, i.e., on a GPU, the processing requirement per frame is about 10 milliseconds. The proposed demo lets participants interactively zoom and pan into stored panorama videos generated at Alfheim stadium and from a live 2-camera array on-site.}
}