This paper reviews a number of recently developed stereo matching algorithms and representations. It focuses on techniques that are especially well suited for stereoscopic and 3-D imaging applications such as novel view generation and the mixing of live imagery with synthetic computer graphics. The paper reviews some recent approaches to the classic problem of recovering a depth map from two or more images. It then describes a number of newer representations (and their associated reconstruction algorithms), including volumetric representations, layered plane-plus-parallax representations, and multiple depth maps.
|Published in||International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP-2000)|
|Publisher||IEEE Computer Society|
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