Stereoscopic imaging and display for a 3-D mobile phone
- Stereoscopic imaging and display for a 3-D mobile phone
- 박민철; 박상주; 손정영
- 3-D; Imaging; Display; Mobile; Phone
- Issue Date
- Applied optics
- VOL 48, NO 34, H238-H243
- There is growing interest in imaging and display of stereoscopic images on a mobile phone. Mobile phone
users can capture a stereo image pair by taking two pictures, one after another, with a single camera at
the left and right eye positions. Such a handheld setup makes it difficult to take the stereo image pair at
the exact positions. In this respect, although either radial (toed-in) or parallel arrangements can be used,
the former is better suited for a short distance subject, such as a self-portrait, because a single reference
point can be placed at the center of two pictures.We describe the optimum distance of camera shifting in
the horizontal direction, allowable differences of the radial arrangement for taking stereo images at a
short distance, and the alignment procedure of viewing zone forming optics on the display panel through
experiments and human subjective evaluation.
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