@TechReport{Bakstein-TR-2003-24,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 13 Jan 2005 },
  UPDATE  = { 2004-05-21 },
  author =       {Bakstein, Hynek and Pajdla, Tom{\'a}{\v s}},
  title =        {When do virtual images appear ``real''?},
  institution =  {Center for Machine Perception, 
                  K13133 FEE Czech Technical University},
  address =      {Prague, Czech Republic},
  year =         {2003},
  month =        {December},
  type =         {Research Report},
  number =       {{CTU--CMP--2003--24}},
  issn =         {1213-2365},
  pages =        {4},
  figures =      {2},
  authorship =   {50-50},
  psurl =        {[Bakstein-TR-2003-24.pdf]},
 project =       {GACR 102/01/0971, BeNoGo IST-2001-39184, 
                  MSMT Kontakt 22-2003-04,MSM 212300013},
   annote = {The paper addresses a problem of correct, 'real', look of
      images, which are not perspective and which are created by some
      IBR method. In our particular case, we use X-slits
      rendering. Non-perspective nature of the images introduces
      several distortions, which can be observed by viewers. We
      argues, that if the scene falsifies our experience with
      displayed scene, we percieve the images as not real. On the
      other hand, equally distorted images, which do not falsify our
      experience, are considered to look real. We present
      excperimental evaluation on two groups of subject (experts and
      non-experts). },
   keywords =     {Presence, IBR, X-slits rendering},
}