Resampling radially captured images for perspectively correct stereoscopic display


When rendering or capturing stereoscopic images, two arrangements of the cameras are possible: radial (“toed-in”) and parallel. In the radial case all of the cameras’ axes pass through a common point; in the parallel case these axes are parallel to one another. The radial configuration causes distortions in the viewed stereoscopic image, manifest as… (More)


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