4 March 2008 Moving up to high-resolution (dual 1920×1080): acquiring and visualizing stereoscopic noncompressed images in real-time for dentists and medical applications
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In this paper we define an innovative way to visualize, capture, manage, securely preserve, and playback high definition (dual 1920×1080 pixels) stereoscopic images using a modular real-time system called "Solid-Look". The "Solid-Look" system receives uncompressed dual video images at 1920×1080 pixels @60fps from high resolution cameras, it stores the synchronized footage on disk using a stereoscopic dual stream format and it displays the stereoscopic images in real-time on almost any type of display (from standard, polarized, auto-stereoscopic, holographic to single or dual projector systems) allowing multiple audience to have a concurrent stereoscopic vision. The high definition stereo cameras are synchronized and can perform zooming for a controlled and smooth vision.
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Raffaello Galli, Raffaello Galli, } "Moving up to high-resolution (dual 1920×1080): acquiring and visualizing stereoscopic noncompressed images in real-time for dentists and medical applications", Proc. SPIE 6803, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIX, 68031B (4 March 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.768002; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.768002
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