Resampling, Antialiasing, and Compression in Multiview 3-D Displays

Resampling, Antialiasing, and Compression in Multiview 3-D Displays

M. Zwicker, A. Vetro, S. Yea, W. Matusik, H. Pfister, and F. Durand.

(IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 2007.)

Multiview three-dimensional (3-D) displays offer viewing of high-resolution stereoscopic images from arbitrary positions without glasses. This article surveyed different approaches to develop signal processing algorithms for these displays. Such displays consist of view-dependent pixels that reveal a different color according to the viewing angle. Therefore, the left and right eye of an observer sees slightly different images on the screen. This leads to the perception of 3-D depth and parallax effects when the observer moves. Although the basic optical principles of multiview auto-stereoscopy have been known for over a century, only recently displays with increased resolution, or systems based on multiple projectors, have made this approach practical.