25 January 2011 Printing anaglyph maps optimized for display
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Although anaglyphs have a big advantage that they can be presented using traditional single channel media such as print, film, display, etc., a media type must be determined as a pair of views is combined into a single image to minimize retinal rivalry and stereo crosstalk. Most of anaglyph maps and map tools are optimized for display and assumed using red-cyan filtered glasses for viewing. Due to the large difference between a display gamut and a printer gamut, red and cyan colors that are used to separate the left view and the right view are changed considerably as they are mapped from a display color space to a printer color space for printing and results in serious retinal rivalry. A solution using a special gamut mapping method to preserve the relative relationship of cyanish and reddish colors was developed to gamut map colors from display to printer. And the color characterization to balance neutral colors for specific red/cyan glasses is applied to further improve the color appearance.
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Ruzhu Zeng, Ruzhu Zeng, Huanzhao Zeng, Huanzhao Zeng, } "Printing anaglyph maps optimized for display", Proc. SPIE 7866, Color Imaging XVI: Displaying, Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, 78661S (25 January 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.872644; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.872644


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