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A real-time tracking system developed for an interactive stage performance

By S. Hu, J. Mortensen and Bernard F. Buxton

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Abstract—A real-time tracking system was built to track performers on an interactive stage. Using an ordinary, up to date, desktop workstation, the performers ’ silhouette was segmented from the background and parameterized by calculating the normalized central image moments. In the stage system, the silhouette moments were then sent to a parallel workstation, which used them to generate corresponding 3D virtual geometry and projected the generated graphic back onto the stage. Keywords—image moment, interactive stage, real-time, silhouette. I

Publisher: Online]. Available: http://www.enformatika.org/data/v5
Year: 2005
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