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Robert J. Heath
Traditionally large format displays have been achieved using software. A new technique of using hardware based anywhere pixel routing is explored in this thesis. Information stored in a Look Up Table (LUT) in the hardware can be used to tile two image streams to produce a seamless image display. This thesis develops a 1 input-image 1 output-image system that implements arbitrary image warping on the image, based a LUT stored in memory. The developed system control mechanism is first validated using simulation results. It is next validated via implementation to a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) based hardware prototype and appropriate experimental testing. It was validated by changing the contents of the LUT and observing that the resulting changes on the pixel mapping were always correct.
Krishnan, Subhasri, "A CONTROL MECHANISM TO THE ANYWHERE PIXEL ROUTER" (2007). University of Kentucky Master's Theses. 441.