By Daniel B. Diner

This e-book gathers jointly info about the interplay of hu­ guy stereopsis with a number of stereoscopic viewing units, specifically these utilized in teleoperator structures. The ebook isn't excited about desktop vi­ sion platforms. In those platforms, info analogous to human binocular visible info is accrued and analyzed by means of a few machine to be used in choice making or regulate, usually with out the intervention of a human. This topic provides difficulties of substantial complexity; it has generated many inge­ nious suggestions and has been the muse of a lot paintings of primary significance. however the difficulties are fairly assorted from these encountered within the layout of structures meant to take advantage of human stereopsis, and there's unusually little cross-fertilization among the 2 fields. 1. 1. SCOPE AND constitution OF THIS booklet The e-book surveys the identified homes of the human unaided binocu­ lar approach, and the place attainable supplies the significance of parameters which are of use in designing technical structures regarding a human operator. bankruptcy 2 summarizes the human stereoscopic imaginative and prescient literature together with the intensity distortions of unaided stereoscopic viewing. bankruptcy three describes various three-D photo viewing ideas and bargains with the functionality limits of human stereopsis assisted via uncomplicated stereoscopic viewing units. bankruptcy four extends this therapy to tv binocular viewing units, and exhibits 1 2 bankruptcy 1 that the character of the intensity distortion is modified. bankruptcy five analyzes the geometry of unmarried digicam stereoscopic structures, and discusses the advan­ tages and downsides of such systems.

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We conclude that there is a range of locations on the left retina such that an image formed anywhere within the range will fuse with an approximately matching image formed on a fixed location on the right retina. This process is reciprocal between the retinae. -. 8. The horopter. I" /\ ,-' 600 em ~, ... , '\ ,. I I From Ogle [15] by permission of the Mayo Foundation. about 12 min arc. 9. 2. Since the region of single vision surrounds the horopter, which includes the fixation point, then if an operator changes his point of fixation in binocular space, the region of single vision also moves.

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