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The Integral Image Method for Fisheye Images

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Combining motion parallax and binocular parallax in one autostreoscopic display can create a better 3D experience than nowadays screens that use just binocular parallax. To do motion parallax, we need to track the viewer’s face continuously and reliably. The main objective of my PhD research project is developing a low cost face tracking setup for use in combination with autostereocopic displays. For my research I chose to use cameras with 180 degree fisheye lenses. In addition to a wider field of view, fisheye lenses introduce strong distortion. In this talk, I’ll briefly describe how to adopt the well-know integral image method for using it with fisheye images.

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