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A case study on the applications of a generic library for low-cost polychromatic passive stereo

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3 Author(s)
Stegmaier, S. ; Visualization & Interactive Syst. Group, Stuttgart Univ., Germany ; Rose, D. ; Ertl, T.

Active stereo has been used by engineers and industrial designers for several years to enhance the perception of computer generated three-dimensional images. Unfortunately, active stereo requires specialized hardware. Therefore, as ubiquitous computing and teleworking gain importance, using active stereo becomes a problem. The goal of this case study is to examine the concept of a generic library for polychromatic passive stereo to make stereo vision available everywhere.

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Visualization, 2002. VIS 2002. IEEE

Date of Conference:

1-1 Nov. 2002