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It leads to spatial distances between the relative projections of observed 3D points in the scene onto the left and the right retina, also known as retinal disparities. These disparities provide the HVS with information about the relative distance of objects and about the spatial structure of our 3D environment. It is the retinal disparity that allows the human brain to fuse the two different perspective views from the left and the right eye into a single 3D image. 1 illustrates how this process of stereoscopic fusion works in detail.
Plano-stereoscopic is the exact term for describing 3D displays that achieve a binocular depth effect by providing the viewer with images of slightly different perspective at one common planar screen. Depth range is the extent of depth that is perceived when a plano-stereoscopic image is reproduced by means of a stereoscopic viewing device. 1 This distance may need to be taken into account by content producers. Also a percentage of people (around 6%) have depth impairments in their vision. 2 Fusion of left-eye–right-eye images.
These points will be stereoscopically reproduced on the surface of the display screen. Two simultaneous conventional 2D video streams are produced by a pair of cameras mimicking the two human eyes that see the environment from two slightly different angles. Simple planar 3D ﬁlms are made by recording separate 3DV/3DTV STEREOSCOPIC PRINCIPLES 39 images for the left eye and the right eye from two cameras that are spaced a certain distance apart. The spacing chosen affects the disparity between the lefteye and the right-eye pictures, and thereby the viewer’s sense of depth.