Partial auto stereoscopic display with camera-based user tracking.
Date of Issue2012
School of Computer Engineering
Centre for Multimedia and Network Technology
Development of computer graphics during last few decades gives a lot of opportunities for designing and development of wide range of projects in this area. One of them is appeared to be partial auto stereoscopic display with camera-based user tracking. This project can enhance feelings experienced from playing computer games or watching movies which will allowed humanity to make a step towards virtual reality. Main goal of this project is to develop program which will be served like base for partial auto stereoscopic display with camera-based user tracking. In order to achieve this, program was developed which can recognize and track human's face by using simple algorithm. Algorithm search for pattern of human's face on the captured image and highlight them. As result, program can be used on computer and detect and track faces and turn the 3D objects by certain angle. The report includes all stages of development starting from downloading software and configuring of workplace and ending by testing of program. As also report covers such important parts as ideas and opinions of future of this project and conclusion. Success in development of this project can lead mankind to incarnation of devices from movies like "Mission impossible 4" and "Star wars", and many others.
DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Computing methodologies::Computer graphics
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University