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    Here’s a collection of pages circa 2008-2010 resulting from efforts by a group of Hugin/Panotools developers — me, Bruno Postle, Daniel German, Yuval Levy, Luca Vascon, Sabastian Perez-Duarte — to understand how painters have depicted very wide views that nevertheless look “natural”; and to mechanize some of their methods.

    This is a fairly coherent story on the new perspective that I put together for a 2009 conference in Montreal, where it was presented by Yuv Levy:
    http://tksharpless.net/PanoPerspective/PanoramicPerspective.html

    http://tksharpless.net/vedutismo/ is basically a front for
    http://tksharpless.net/vedutismo/Pannini/ which is a big grab-bag. The most significant link there is to the paper by me, Bruno and Daniel, presented at Computational Aesthetics in Graphics, Visualization, and Imaging (2010):

    Click to access panini.pdf

    Bruno’s brilliant unpublished paper on how Vincent van Gogh (may have) discovered Panini perspective for himself is somewhere on my hard drives. When I find it I will post it.

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    Here’s a link to a newer version of the van Gogh paper in Word format.

    BTW I have Latex source code for the pdf version, including all the graphics.

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