Head-tracked stereoscopic display using image warping

@inproceedings{McMillan1995HeadtrackedSD,
  title={Head-tracked stereoscopic display using image warping},
  author={Leonard McMillan and Gary Bishop},
  year={1995}
}
In traditional stereoscopic displays, the virtual three-dimensional object does not appear to be fixed in space as the viewer's head moves. This apparent motion results from the fact that a correct stereo image can only be formed for a particular viewpoint and interpupillary distance. At other viewpoints, our brain interprets the stereo image as a slightly skewed and rotated version of the original. When moving the head, this skewing of the image is perceived as apparent motion of the object… CONTINUE READING
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