Publications

Interactive light field painting

Publication

ACM SIGGRAPH 2012 Emerging Technologies, 2013

Authors

James Tompkin, Samuel Muff, Stanislav Jakuschevskij, Disney Research, Jim McCann, Jan Kautz, Marc Alexa, Wojciech Matusik

Abstract

Since the seminal SketchPad work of Sutherland [1964], direct interaction with a computer has been compelling: we can directly touch, move, and change what we see. Direct interaction is a major contribution to the success of smartphones and tablets; yet, the world is not flat. While existing technologies can display realistic multi-view stereoscopic 3D content reasonably well [Lueder 2012], interaction within the same 3D space often requires extensive additional hardware. We present a cheap and easy system that uses the same lenslet array for both multi-view autostereoscopic display and 3D light-pen position sensing.

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Project Website

http://www.disneyresearch.com/project/interactive-light-field-painting/

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