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My thesis research involves the evaluation of virtual rear projection (VRP). VRP is the use of multiple redundant front projectors to emulate a rear projected surface. VRP prevents blinding light from striking users, and eliminates shadows on the display. I have developed the PROCAMS Toolkit and used it to implement Virtual Rear Projection.

VRP is most useful for providing digital output for large scale interactive displays such as the BigBoard.
The final portion of my thesis involves the user evaluation of virtual rear projection.


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Virtual Rear Projection technology is being used to provide computer output capability for the BigBoard. The PROCAMS Toolkit includes code that makes the alignment and calibration of projectors for tasks such as VRP easy.

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