RealityMapper – Turn your stereoscopic photos or videos into glasses-free 3D
The RealityMapper transforms your stereoscopic content into autostereoscopic (glasses-free) 3D content. The RealityMapper features the correction of exposition‐errors in stereo‐images that are caused by the misalignment of the camera‐pair during capturing. The following errors can be corrected: vertical offset, horizontal offset, different zoom‐factor, keystone (rotation of vertical camera axis) and rotation. The correct setting of the correction‐parameters is done in a preview‐process. The values of the parameters are saved in several timelines, one for each parameter. In order to do the correction with high precision, also a preview‐window with full resolution can be activated.
With the corrected stereo‐images two disparity maps are generated which are used to generate multpile views. The disparity maps can also be controlled in the 3D geometry preview window, which shows the distribution of the depth values in two different projections.
When all the corrections are done, the run‐process can be started, which calculates the disparity maps in full resolution. Also the corrected original images are saved.