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Where's My Pixel? Multi-view Reconstruction of Smart LED Displays

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Where's My Pixel? Multi-view Reconstruction of Smart LED Displays. / Lewis, Carl; Chandler, Angie; Finney, Joseph.

The Fifth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies. ed. / Sathiamoorthy Manoharan; Jaime Lloret Mauri; Neil Speirs; Kirusnapillai Selvarajah; Patricia Rodrigues. XPS, 2011. p. 83-89.

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Harvard

Lewis, C, Chandler, A & Finney, J 2011, Where's My Pixel? Multi-view Reconstruction of Smart LED Displays. in S Manoharan, J Lloret Mauri, N Speirs, K Selvarajah & P Rodrigues (eds), The Fifth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies. XPS, pp. 83-89. <http://www.thinkmind.org/index.php?view=article&articleid=ubicomm_2011_4_40_10141>

APA

Lewis, C., Chandler, A., & Finney, J. (2011). Where's My Pixel? Multi-view Reconstruction of Smart LED Displays. In S. Manoharan, J. Lloret Mauri, N. Speirs, K. Selvarajah, & P. Rodrigues (Eds.), The Fifth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies (pp. 83-89). XPS. http://www.thinkmind.org/index.php?view=article&articleid=ubicomm_2011_4_40_10141

Vancouver

Lewis C, Chandler A, Finney J. Where's My Pixel? Multi-view Reconstruction of Smart LED Displays. In Manoharan S, Lloret Mauri J, Speirs N, Selvarajah K, Rodrigues P, editors, The Fifth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies. XPS. 2011. p. 83-89

Author

Lewis, Carl ; Chandler, Angie ; Finney, Joseph. / Where's My Pixel? Multi-view Reconstruction of Smart LED Displays. The Fifth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies. editor / Sathiamoorthy Manoharan ; Jaime Lloret Mauri ; Neil Speirs ; Kirusnapillai Selvarajah ; Patricia Rodrigues. XPS, 2011. pp. 83-89

Bibtex

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abstract = "The ubiquity and proliferation of digital imaging devices and computational power enable the use of computer vision in a variety of ubiquitous applications that previously would have been impractical. This paper presents a new such application domain called emergent displays (a type of actuator network), and goes on to describe its use of computer vision as a means of simultaneous localisation of large numbers of nodes. The effectiveness of a state of the art computer vision tool is analysed against this application with quantitative and qualitative results, and then put into context against further more general ubiquitous applications.",
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