Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have devised a method for large-scale 3D motion reconstruction of a volleyball match, the swing of a bat, and even a cascade of confetti (Image: Carnegie Mellon University)
The Panoptic Studio dome viewed from the outside and inside (Photo: Carnegie Mellon University)
It might soon be possible to perform large-scale 3D motion reconstructions of sporting events or other live performances, thanks to new research by scientists at Carnegie Mellon University. The researchers mounted 480 video cameras in a two-story geodesic dome that enabled them to track the motion of events such as a man swinging a baseball bat or confetti being thrown into the air.
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