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Real-time generation and presentation of view-dependent binocular stereo images using a sequence of omnidirectional images

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4 Author(s)
Yamaguchi, K. ; R&D Center, NTT DoCoMo, Yokosuka, Japan ; Takemura, H. ; Yamazawa, K. ; Yokoya, N.

This paper presents a new method to generate and present arbitrarily directional binocular stereo images from a sequence of omnidirectional images. A sequence of omnidirectional images is taken by moving an omnidirectional image sensor in a static real environment. The motion of the omnidirectional image sensor is constrained to a plane. The sensor's route and speed are known. In the proposed method, a fixed length of the sequence is buffered in a computer to generate arbitrarily directional binocular stereo images by combining captured rays. Using the method a user can look around a scene in the distance with rich 3D sensation without significant time delay. This paper describes the principle of real-time generation of binocular stereo images. In addition, we introduce a prototype telepresence system of view-dependent stereo image generation and presentation

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Pattern Recognition, 2000. Proceedings. 15th International Conference on  (Volume:4 )

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