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J. Ardouin, A. Lecuyer, M. Marchal, C. Riant, E. Marchand. ``FlyVIZ'': A Novel Display Device to Provide Humans with 360o Vision by Coupling Catadioptric Camera with HMD. In ACM Symp. on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, VRST'12, Pages 41-44, Toronto, Canada, December 2012.

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Abstract

Have you ever dreamed of having eyes in the back of your head? In this paper we present a novel display device called FlyVIZ which enables humans to experience a real-time 360 vision of their surroundings for the first time. To do so, we combine a panoramic image acquisition system (positioned on top of the user's head) with a Head-Mounted Display (HMD). The omnidirectional images are transformed to fit the characteristics of HMD screens. As a result, the user can see his/her surroundings, in real-time, with 360 images mapped into the HMD field-of-view. We foresee potential applications in different fields where augmented human capacity (an extended field-of-view) could benefit, such as surveillance, security, or entertainment. FlyVIZ could also be used in novel perception and neuroscience studies

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@InProceedings{Ardouin12a,
   Author = {Ardouin, J. and Lecuyer, A. and Marchal, M. and Riant, C. and Marchand, E.},
   Title = {``FlyVIZ'': A Novel Display Device to Provide Humans with 360o Vision by Coupling Catadioptric Camera with HMD},
   BookTitle = {ACM Symp. on Virtual Reality Software and Technology, VRST'12},
   Pages = {41--44},
   Address = {Toronto, Canada},
   Month = {December},
   Year = {2012}
}

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