Anaglyph 3D Display Based on a Computational Stereo System


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Anaglyph 3D is a low-cost and popular 3D display method, made out of a photo pair. With only one common camera, however, there are difficulties in capturing moving objects. We suggest using the light field camera, which can be exploited as a computational stereo rig, to capture image pairs simultaneously. A processing framework for making anaglyph 3D image is then proposed. The effectiveness of our proposal is verified visually by experiments.



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Keon Myung Lee, Prasad Yarlagadda and Yang-Ming Lu




M. Wang et al., "Anaglyph 3D Display Based on a Computational Stereo System", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 462-463, pp. 993-996, 2014

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November 2013




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