In this demo, a projector is aimed at two poster boards placed at an angle to each other.
Normally, the resulting projection should be skewed because of perspective distortion.
However, in this case a kinect camera is used to capture 3d depth information about the environment, thus giving knowledge about where the projected light hits the poster boards.
A second kinect camera is used to find the head location of the viewer relative to the kinect.
Combining this information, it is possible to pre-distort the image, so when the image reaches the viewer, it appears to be non-distorted.
In this case, the mona lisa frame appears to be rectangular, independent of the view location.
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