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8 April 1983 Viewpoint Dependent Imaging: An Interactive Stereoscopic Display
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Design and implementation of a viewpoint Dependent imaging system is described. The resultant display is an interactive, lifesize, stereoscopic image. that becomes a window into a three dimensional visual environment. As the user physically changes his viewpoint of the represented data in relation to the display surface, the image is continuously updated. The changing viewpoints are retrieved from a comprehensive, stereoscopic image array stored on computer controlled, optical videodisc and fluidly presented. in coordination with the viewer's, movements as detected by a body-tracking device. This imaging system is an attempt to more closely represent an observers interactive perceptual experience of the visual world by presenting sensory information cues not offered by traditional media technologies: binocular parallax, motion parallax, and motion perspective. Unlike holographic imaging, this display requires, relatively low bandwidth.
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Scott Fisher "Viewpoint Dependent Imaging: An Interactive Stereoscopic Display", Proc. SPIE 0367, Processing and Display of Three-Dimensional Data, (8 April 1983);


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