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Three-dimensional imaging methods based on multiview images

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2 Author(s)
J. -Y. Son ; Whole Imaging Lab., Hanyang Univ., Seoul, South Korea ; B. Javidi

Three-dimensional imaging methods, based on parallaxes as their depth cues, can be classified into the stereoscopic providing binocular parallax only, and multiview providing both binocular and motion parallaxes. In these methods, the parallaxes are provided by creating a viewing zone with use of either a special optical eyeglasses or a special optical plate as their viewing zone-forming optics. For the stereoscopic image generations, either the eyeglasses or the optical plate can be employed, but for the multiview the optical plate or the eyeglasses with a tracking device. The stereoscopic image pair and the multiview images are presented either simultaneously or as a time sequence with use of projectors or display panels. For the case of multiview images, they can also be presented as two images at a time according to the viewer's movements. The presence of the viewing zone-forming optics often causes undesirable problems, such as appearance of moire´ fringes, image quality deterioration, depth reversion, limiting viewing regions, low image brightness, image blurring, and inconveniences of wearing.

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Journal of Display Technology  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )