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15 April 1994 Panoramic line-scan imaging system for teleoperator control
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It is the intention of this paper to give details of the continuing research into obtaining 3-D coordinate information from an object space using non-standard video sources. Details are given on producing images with the line-scan sensor by rotating the device relative to an object space. Theoretically, this could provide picture information from a potential 360 degree panoramic view. However, initial results have demonstrated that such images are difficult for humans to interpret. Details are given in this paper on the limitations of the line-scan images produced from camera rotation for presentation to human observers.
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Simon X. Godber, Richard S. Petty, Max Robinson, and J. Paul Owain Evans "Panoramic line-scan imaging system for teleoperator control", Proc. SPIE 2177, Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems, (15 April 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.173883
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