Abstract

In this paper, we study the conditions for the perception of object kinetics, produced by a multiview auto-stereoscopic system and a set of still images. We assess the capabilities and performances of such an optical system to encode complex trajectories and kinetics of objects moving in depth. In particular, we set up rules to create motions with nonuniform velocities, when obtained by motion parallax induced by the observer. We establish a link with plenoptic systems from where we derive applicable scaling rules to ensure stereoscopic vision and to provide fluid motion perception with satisfying visual comfort. Finally, we scale the optical system, thanks to obtained parameters, to emulate the perception of object motions in depth with fluid kinetics and to create impressive motion effects.

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» Visualization 1       This video illustrates the horizontal motion parallax. It is the direction for the binocular vision. That is why you can see different points of view of a scene (here, two objects: a red moon and a blue star).
» Visualization 2       This video illustrates the vertical motion parallax. You can see two objects moving in space (even if on the video the binocular effect is not perceptible) with relative speeds.

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