3D Image Processing and Monitoring
Stereoscopic image quality control is more complex than mere 2D monitoring. You want to look at the stereoscopic disparities, more than the image in volume. You want to make sure that all the bad disparities, the vertical ones, are either nonexistent or within the required range. Regarding the good disparities, the horizontal ones, you want to make sure they remain, at the very least, in the comfort envelope. Further inspection will ensure that they match the artistic intent, or depth script. The ultimate judgment should be based on the depth feeling your imagery is gathering. And that’s the only one that requires actual 3D vision.
How does the progression of quality assurance in depth acquisition ...