Dynamic Projection Mapping with 3D Images Using Volumetric Display
PubDate: May 2021
Teams: The University of Electro-Communications
Writers: Masumi Kiyokawa; Naoki Hashimoto
Recently, projection mapping has become popular that it is used in various entertainments. In the research field, dynamic projection mapping has been studied to change the appearance of moving and deforming objects. Although it seamlessly connects the real world and the virtual world, complex equipment surrounds the object to achieve advanced projection and it is an unnecessarily visually disturbing factor. Furthermore, projection images are occluded when the target object is grasped and manipulated by hand. In this study, we propose a novel dynamic projection mapping with invisible projection devices with 3D images using a volumetric display and retro-transmissive optics.