Color Seamlessness in Multi-Projector Displays Using Constrained Gamut Morphing

Behzad Sajadi, Maxim Lazarov, M. Gopi, Aditi Majumder
Computer Science Department of University of California, Irvine, CA, USA
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2009


   title={Color seamlessness in multi-projector displays using constrained gamut morphing},

   author={Sajadi, B. and Lazarov, M. and Gopi, M. and Majumder, A.},

   journal={Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions on},







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Multi-projector displays show significant spatial variation in 3D color gamut due to variation in the chromaticity gamuts across the projectors, vignetting effect of each projector and also overlap across adjacent projectors. In this paper we present a new constrained gamut morphing algorithm that removes all these variations and results in true color seamlessness across tiled multi-projector displays. Our color morphing algorithm adjusts the intensities of light from each pixel of each projector precisely to achieve a smooth morphing from one projector’s gamut to the other’s through the overlap region. This morphing is achieved by imposing precise constraints on the perceptual difference between the gamuts of two adjacent pixels. In addition, our gamut morphing assures a C1 continuity yielding visually pleasing appearance across the entire display. We demonstrate our method successfully on a planar and a curved display using both low and high-end projectors. Our approach is completely scalable, efficient and automatic. We also demonstrate the real-time performance of our image correction algorithm on GPUs for interactive applications. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that presents a scalable method with a strong foundation in perception and realizes, for the first time, a truly seamless display where the number of projectors cannot be deciphered.
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