Panoramic stereo photography based on single-lens with a double-symmetric prism
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Different from traditional panorama stereo acquisition technique shooting with numerous cameras, this study equips a double-symmetric prism in front of a single-lens camera to acquire images from four different angles of view, and the images acquired from the cameras every 20 degrees complete a pair of panorama stereo images with vertical angle of view ( ± 16 degrees) by image-based rendering. The panorama stereo acquisition technique reduces the number of cameras by three-fourth, and the acquired images contain vertical angles of view. Moreover, the image resolution is enhanced several times of the resolution of integral photography without moiré effect.
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Chen, Chien-Yue; Deng, Qing-Long; Sun, Wen-Shing; Cheng, Qiao-Yao; Lin, Bor-Shyh; Su, Ching-Lung (2013): Panoramic stereo photography based on single-lens with a double-symmetric prism. Optica Publishing Group. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3764870.v1
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