1 December 1990 Some variations on VISIDEP using computer graphics
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Optical Engineering, 29(12), (1990). doi:10.1117/12.55752
Abstract
Previous researchers have applied vertical motion parallax using video cameras; these attempts were published under the VISIDEP trademark. Alternatives are examined that can exploit computer graphics. Such techniques include choosing different locations for the axis of rotation and using multiple images versus dual images to make the motion smoother. These techniques as well as others are described and compared for effectiveness in enhancing depth.
Paul T. Barham, Louis L. Harrison, David F. McAllister, "Some variations on VISIDEP using computer graphics," Optical Engineering 29(12), (1 December 1990). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.55752
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Cameras

Computer graphics

Video

3D image processing

Device simulation

Visual system

3D modeling

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