The compositions of images projected to a viewer’s eyes from the various viewing regions of the viewing zone formed in one-dimensional integral photography (IP) and multiview imaging (MV) are identified. These compositions indicate that they are made up of pieces from different view images. Comparisons of the composite images with images composited at various regions of imaging space formed by camera arrays for multiview image acquisition reveal that the composite images do not involve any scene folding in the central viewing zone for either MV or IP. However, in the IP case, compositions from neighboring viewing regions aligned in the horizontal direction have reversed disparities, but in the viewing regions between the central and side viewing zones, no reversed disparities are expected. However, MV does exhibit them.
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