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Original images (left and right)
Transfer and superimposed images
- The ``transfer'' image is the left image projectively warped
so that points on the plane containing the Chinese text are mapped
to their position in the right image.
- The ``superimpose'' image is a superposition of the transfer
and right image. The planes exactly cooincide. However, points off
the plane (such as the mug) do not cooincide.
- This is an example of planar projectively induced parallax.
Lines joining corresponding points off the plane in the
``superimposed'' image intersect at the epipole.
Wed Apr 16 00:58:54 BST 1997