Photography is the process of making pictures by literally 'drawing
with light', albeit in a limited and restricted way. The recent
digitization of photography offers unprecedented opportunities to
move beyond the traditional constraints of analog photography, and
lead to the enhancement and enrichment of visual media. In this
book, we explore one approach to addressing this challenge, namely,
parallax photography. Our approach begins by capturing multiple
digital photographs of a scene from different viewpoints exhibiting
parallax. We present algorithms that find dense correspondences
among the captured imagery, as well as algorithms for seamless
interpolation. The approach also embodies methods and interfaces
that identify and highlight the interesting pieces of the captured
data, and data representations for efficient storing and rendering.
As we show in this book, the results, which allow re- experiencing
subtle parallax, create a more visceral sense of immersion in the
scene than traditional photographs.
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