Gallery of examples

  • Antonio Criminisi
Part of the Distinguished Dissertations book series (DISTDISS)


This chapter shows examples of three-dimensional reconstructions obtained by employing the techniques described in Chapter 5. The algorithms have been applied to both photographs of real scenes and perspectively correct paintings. From the computed models, convincing animations and fly-throughs have also been created.1


Left Wall Linear Perspective Colour Plate Perspective Image National Gallery 
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    The reconstructed three-dimensional environments can be “virtually explored” in the VR-CUBE at KTH, Stockholm. VRML three-dimensional models and MPEG animations can also be viewed at the following web pages: Scholar
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    see for instance the Arnolfini Portrait (1434, by Jan van Eyck (active from 1422–1441), National Gallery, London), or the Martyrdom of Savonarola (by anonymous, San Marco Museum, Firenze, Italy)Google Scholar
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    Circoncisione, by Luca Signorelli (1445–1461), National Gallery, LondonGoogle Scholar
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    Santa Lucia dei Magnoli Altarpiece, 1444, by Domenico Veneziano (1400–1461), Uffizi, Firenze, ItalyGoogle Scholar
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    Sposalizio, 1504, by Raffaello Sanzio (1483–1520), Brera Museum, Milano, ItalyGoogle Scholar
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    Il Matrimonio della Vergine, 1500–1504, by Pietro Perugino (1450–1523), Musee des Beaux Arts, Caen, PranceGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Antonio Criminisi
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  1. 1.Dept. of Engineering ScienceUniversity of OxfordOxfordUK

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