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11 September 1989 Computer-Generated Barrier-Strip Autostereography
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This paper discusses (1) the computer graphics transformations necessary to produce source images for barrier-strip autostereograms, and (2) current research to replace photographic processes with computational processes to combine different views into a stereogram. By connecting a computer to a high-resolution output scanner, computer-based images and digitized camera images can automatically be combined and printed on transparency film. Automating this process improves the visual quality of the autostereograms and expands the medium's commercial and artistic potential.
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Daniel J. Sandin, Ellen Sandor, William T. Cunnally, Mark Resch, Thomas A. DeFanti, and Maxine D. Brown "Computer-Generated Barrier-Strip Autostereography", Proc. SPIE 1083, Three-Dimensional Visualization and Display Technologies, (11 September 1989);


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