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Dual-fisheye lens cameras are becoming popular for 360-degree video capture, especially for User-generated content (UGC), since they are affordable and portable. Images generated by the dual-fisheye cameras have limited overlap and hence require non-conventional stitching techniques to produce high-quality 360x180-degree panoramas. This paper introduces a novel method to align these images using interpolation grids based on rigid moving least squares. Furthermore, jitter is the critical issue arising when one applies the image-based stitching algorithms to video.

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High-fidelity virtual content is essential for the creation of compelling and effective virtual reality (VR) experiences.

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In a lot of multi-Kinect V2-based systems, the registration of these Kinect V2 sensors is an important step which directly affects the system precision. The coarse-to-fine method using calibration objects is an effective way to solve the Kinect V2 registration problem. However, for the registration of Kinect V2 cameras with large displacements, this kind of method may fail. To this end, a novel Kinect V2 registration method, which is also based on the coarse-to-fine framework, is proposed by using camera and scene constraints.

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In this work, a 3D modelization of the surrounding environment is enabled with an improvised ad-hoc camera networks of both static and mobile devices (cloud vision network).

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