8 November 2013 Three-dimensional stereoscopic imaging modality based on a single optical channel and detector
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A three-dimensional stereoscopic imaging modality (3D-SIM) based on a single optical channel and detector was developed to overcome some of the limitations of conventional 3D-SIM. It produces 3-D stereoscopic images by adjusting the angle of a transparent rotating deflector (TRD) to generate disparity between left and right images. The angular effect of the TRD was demonstrated to investigate the feasibility of the proposed method in 3-D stereoscopic image generation. Results indicate that image disparity increased as a function of the rotation angles of the TRD, while maintaining adequate 3-D perception. These results are expected to facilitate the practical use of a 3D-SIM in medicine.
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Byungjo Jung, Byungjo Jung, Won Hyuk Jang, Won Hyuk Jang, Youngwoo Bae, Youngwoo Bae, } "Three-dimensional stereoscopic imaging modality based on a single optical channel and detector," Journal of Biomedical Optics 18(11), 116006 (8 November 2013). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JBO.18.11.116006 . Submission:
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