Capture of omni-directional stereoscopic panoramic images

Paul Bourke, V. Kuchelmeister

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    A number of stereoscopic cylindrical displays have been developed over the years, the most recent being the CAVE2. Some of these, unlike the traditional CAVE environments, provide a seamless 360 stereoscopic image without corners [AVIE] and thus can support a heightened sense of immersion. Most immersive displays that consist of discrete walls rely on head tracking and are thus only intended to be a single person experience. For cylindrical displays a method is well known by which stereoscopic panoramas can be presented without the need for head tracking, these stereoscopic pairs are generally referred to as omni-directional [Ishiguro et al, 1992][Bourke 2006]. This allows large cylindrical displays to be constructed that support multiple person audiences with each person potentially looking in a different direction. 2013 Copyright held by the Owner/Author.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalSIGGRAPH Asia 2013 Posters SA 2013
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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