Interaction, Navigation, and Visualization Props in Complex Virtual Environments Using Image Based Rendering Techniques
Mar. 13, 2001 to Mar. 17, 2001
Ingmar Peter , University of T?bingen
Stanislav L. Stoev , University of T?bingen
In this paper,we present an image-based technique for accelerated rendering of world in miniature-based (WIM ) and multiple viewpoint-based props. The WIM technique offers an intuitive and useful tool for navigation and manipulation within virtual environments.The multiple viewpoint technique is often applied for enhancing visualization and navigation. Unfortunately, both approaches require multiple rendering of the viewed data. This can significantly deteriorate the frame rate and negatively influence the interaction. The proposed approach circumvents this drawback, while still providing the features of these tools.
Ingmar Peter, Stanislav L. Stoev, "Interaction, Navigation, and Visualization Props in Complex Virtual Environments Using Image Based Rendering Techniques", VR, 2001, Virtual Reality Conference, IEEE, Virtual Reality Conference, IEEE 2001, pp. 291, doi:10.1109/VR.2001.913802