Dynamic User Configurable "Full Vision Of Sight" Viewing Of Live Streamed Events

The premise of this invention is that, given several cameras located in a central spot, they can be used to simulate “full vision of sight” to the viewer (i.e. as if you were standing in the theater, or at the ball game),Basically a user will “pick” which cameras to view with more detail at any time through some interactive tool (mouse clicking, or detection of which direction/angle the user is looking, video console etc.).This allows, given the full viewing areas available, the user to choose “I want this angle” “now I want that angle” to be displayed in high definition.

Publication Date
04 July 2012

full vision of sight


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