Gradient-Guided Local Disparity Editing

Computer Graphics Forum, Volume 37, Number 7 - 2018
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Stereoscopic 3D technology gives visual content creators a new dimension of design when creating images and movies. While useful for conveying emotion, laying emphasis on certain parts of the scene, or guiding the viewer's attention, editing stereo content is a challenging task. Not respecting comfort zones or adding incorrect depth cues, e.g. depth inversion, leads to a poor viewing experience. In this paper, we present a solution for editing stereoscopic content that allows an artist to impose disparity constraints and removes resulting depth conflicts using an optimization scheme. Using our approach, an artist only needs to focus on important high-level indications that are automatically made consistent with the entire scene while avoiding contradictory depth cues and respecting viewer comfort.

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@Article { SBE18,
  author       = "Scandolo, Leonardo and Bauszat, Pablo and Eisemann, Elmar",
  title        = "Gradient-Guided Local Disparity Editing",
  journal      = "Computer Graphics Forum",
  number       = "7",
  volume       = "37",
  year         = "2018",
  url          = ""

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