Life-size Seaquential Photography in a Mixed Reality Environment
Shunji Muto, Takashi Ijiri
Shibaura Institute of Technology
We visualize life-size sequential photographs of sports activities in a mixed reality (MR) environment. Wearing a video-see-through head-mounted display, an observer records the motions of a player using a handheld camera. Our system then places billboards in the three-dimensional MR space, on which the sequential photographs of the player’s motion are presented at life-size. In a user study, we found that the observers perceived the size of the motions more accurately than when viewing sequential photographs on a monitor display.