Technical Papers

Stereo and Displays

Friday, 30 November 16:15 - 18:15 |  Peridot 201

Perspective-Aware Warping for Seamless Stereoscopic Image Cloning - Picture

Perspective-Aware Warping for Seamless Stereoscopic Image Cloning

This paper presents a novel technique for seamless stereoscopic image cloning, which performs both shape adjustment and color blending such that the stereoscopic composite is seamless in both the perceived depth and color appearance.


Sheng-Jie Luo, National Taiwan University
I-Chao Shen, Academia Sinica
Bing-Yu Chen, National Taiwan University
Wen-Huang Cheng, Academia Sinica
Yung-Yu Chuang, National Taiwan University


Enabling Warping on Stereoscopic Images - Picture

Enabling Warping on Stereoscopic Images

In this paper, we present a technique that enables a wide range of existing image warping algorithms on stereoscopic images.


Yuzhen Niu, Portland State University
Wu-chi Feng, Portland State University
Feng Liu, Portland State University


A Luminance-Contrast-Aware Disparity Model and Applications - Picture

A Luminance-Contrast-Aware Disparity Model and Applications

We present a model to predict depth perception, combining luminance contrast and disparity. This result is useful for existing, but also novel previously impossible applications. We support the production of stereo imagery with high quality and viewing comfort in the context of autosterescopic screens, abstract rendering, and other challenging scenarios.


Piotr Didyk, Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
Tobias Ritschel, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
Elmar Eisemann, Télécom ParisTech / CNRS
Karol Myszkowski, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
Hans-Peter Seidel, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik
Wojciech Matusik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Correcting for Optical Aberrations using Multilayer Displays - Picture

Correcting for Optical Aberrations using Multilayer Displays

Optical aberrations of the human eye are currently corrected using eyeglasses, contact lenses, or surgery. We describe a fourth option: modifying the composition of displayed content, as well as the underlying display hardware, such that perceived images appear in focus, after passing through an eye with known optical defects.


Fu-Chung Huang, University of California, Berkeley
Douglas Lanman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Brian Barsky, University of California, Berkeley
Ramesh Raskar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


The Magic Lens: Refractive Steganography - Picture

The Magic Lens: Refractive Steganography

We construct Magic Lenses, composed of refractive lenslet arrays, to reveal hidden images when placed over potentially unstructured printed/displayed source images. We show how to optimize for the shape of these lenses to ensure manufacturability and demonstrate the technique using a number of physically fabricated lenses.


Marios Papas, ETH Zurich / Disney Research Zurich
Thomas Houit, ETH Zurich
Derek Nowrouzezahrai, Disney Research Zurich / University of Montreal
Markus Gross, ETH Zurich / Disney Research Zurich
Wojciech Jarosz, Disney Research Zurich