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Examples of omnidirectional image acquisition: (a) catadioptric cameras based on parabolic or hyperbolic mirrors produce SVP panoramas,2 (b) rotating a camera about its nodal point to acquire multiple perspective projections with a common projection center also produces SVP panoramas, while (c) rotating an off-centered camera to acquire image patches, around a point different than its nodal point, produces non-SVP panoramas, as well as (d) multi-sensor cameras, such as the Ladybug2 panoramic…

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Multicamera examples: (a) panoramic camera configuration using multiple stereoscopic pairs in a hexagonal pattern (Baker et al.93), (b) different configurations using narrower FOV lenses and larger number of cameras, and (c) an alternative multicamera configuration proposed by the authors.12

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Multibase stereo reconstruction of a scene based on information acquired from multiple cylindrical panoramas.82

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Rotating method to produce omnistereoscopic imagery based on a single rotating camera: (a) a single camera is rotated from an off-centered location and (b) two projections corresponding to left- and right-eye projections can be defined intersecting the rays passing through the camera’s projection center O and the points OL and OR defined over a virtual viewing circle.

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