14 May 2010 Geometric analysis on stereoscopic images captured by single high-definition television camera on lunar orbiter Kaguya (SELENE)
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We present a generating method of stereoscopic images from moving pictures captured by a single high-definition television camera mounted on the Japanese lunar orbiter Kaguya (Selenological and Engineering Explorer, SELENE). Since objects in the moving pictures look as if they are moving vertically, vertical disparity is caused by the time offset of the sequence. This vertical disparity is converted into horizontal disparity by rotating the images by 90 degrees. We can create stereoscopic images using the rotated images as the images for a left and right eyes. However, this causes spatial distortion resulting from the axi-asymmetrical positions of the corresponding left and right cameras. We reduced this by adding a depth map that was obtained by assuming that the lunar surface was spherical. We confirmed that we could provide more acceptable views of the Moon by using the correction method.
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Masato Miura, Masato Miura, Jun Arai, Jun Arai, Junichi Yamazaki, Junichi Yamazaki, Hisayuki Sasaki, Hisayuki Sasaki, Makoto Okui, Makoto Okui, Shin-ichi Sobue, Shin-ichi Sobue, Fumio Okano, Fumio Okano, } "Geometric analysis on stereoscopic images captured by single high-definition television camera on lunar orbiter Kaguya (SELENE)", Proc. SPIE 7690, Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display 2010 and Display Technologies and Applications for Defense, Security, and Avionics IV, 76900T (14 May 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.849635; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.849635
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