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We present an approach to rendering stereo pairs of views from a set of omnidirectional mosaic images allowing arbitrary viewing direction and vergence angle of two eyes of a viewer. Moreover, we allow the viewer to move his head aside to see behind occluding objects. We propose a representation of the scene in a set of omnidirectional mosaic images composed from a sequence of images acquired by an omnidirectional camera equipped with a lens with a field of view of 183°. The proposed representation allows fast access to high resolution mosaic images and efficient representation in the memory. The proposed method can be applied in a representation of a real scene, where the viewer is supposed to stand at one spot and look around.