@InProceedings{Bakstein-CVWW2006,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 29 Dec 2006 },
  UPDATE  = { 2006-10-31 },
  author     = { Bakstein, Hynek and Pajdla, Tom{\'{a}}{\v{s}} },
  title      = { Omnidirectional Image-based Rendering },
  booktitle  = { CVWW'06: Proceedings of the Computer
                 Vision Winter Workshop 2006},
  editor     = { Ond{\v r}ej Chum and Vojt{\v e}ch Franc },
  publisher  = { Czech Society for Cybernetics and Informatics },
  address    = { Prague, Czech Republic },
  isbn       = { 80-239-6530-1 },
  bookpages  = { 124 },
  book_pages = { 124 },
  pages      = { 99--104 },
  year       = { 2006 },
  month      = { February },
  day        = { 6--8 },
  venue      = { Tel{\v c}, Czech Republic },
  project    = { IST-2001-39184,Dur IG2003-2 062,MSM6840770013},
  autorship  = { 50-50 },
  keywords   = {Image based rendering, omnidirectional imaging, 
                fisheye lens},
  annote = {The paper summarizes omnidirectional image-based rendering
    techniques giving a user a complete freedom of motion in a virtual
    reality. Image-based representation provides a photorealistic
    scene representation. We discuss two VR scenarios, the ``window
    into reality'' and the ``door of perception''. We overview the
    complete process from the acquisition to the rendering focusing on
    the advantages of omnidirectional images for the user
    experience. We also discuss the acquisition setups and practical
    issues such as the equipment used for real setups, presented for
    example at the CeBit 2005 fair.},
  psurl = {[Bakstein-Pajdla-CVWW2006.pdf]},
}