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29 January 2007 View interpolation by inverse filtering: generating the center view using multiview images of circular camera array
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This paper deals with a view interpolation problem using multiple images captured with a circular camera array. An inverse filtering method for reconstructing a virtual image at the center of the camera array is proposed. First, we generate a candidate image by adding all correspondence pixel values based on multiple layers assumed in a scene. Second, we model a linear relationship between the desired virtual image and the candidate image, and then derive the inverse filter to reconstruct the virtual image. Since we can derive the inverse filter independent of the scene structure, the proposed method requires no depth estimation. Simulation results using synthetic images show that increasing the number of cameras and layers improves the quality of the virtual image.
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Akira Kubota, Kazuya Kodama, and Yoshinori Hatori "View interpolation by inverse filtering: generating the center view using multiview images of circular camera array", Proc. SPIE 6508, Visual Communications and Image Processing 2007, 65082K (29 January 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.704781
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