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Panoramic video textures
ACM Transactions on Graphics
This paper describes a mostly automatic method for taking the output of a single panning video camera and creating a panoramic video texture (PVT): a video that has been stitched into a single, wide field of view and that appears to play continuously and indefinitely. The key problem in creating a PVT is that although only a portion of the scene has been imaged at any given time, the output must simultaneously portray motion throughout the scene. Like previous work in video textures, our methoddoi:10.1145/1073204.1073268 fatcat:rw4keits6zheboouaov2hcpp4q