Stereo disparity remapping, can be considered as a post processing step of stereo content generation pipeline where the disparity of the segmented object is to be remapped (increased or decreased) to achieve better visual performance. Emphasizing/de-emphasizing an object of interest by adjusting its depth in forward or backward direction might be necessary for visual comfort and appelaing. It can also be used for retargeting of stereo footage for different display sizes and resolutions. The examples below show the results of object disparity remapping in both directions. A stereo object that is initially recorded at a uncomfortable disparity zone can be corrected by applying positive disparity (moving object further so the eyes can converge). On the other hand it might be necessary to emphesize and differentiate an object shooted at such a disparity that the perceived object is too close to the background.
Observe that the change in disparity is ony on the object of interest. This is made possible by an interactive object segmentation method that is followed by a virtual view synthesis step.
Observe that the change in disparity is ony on the object of interest. This is made possible by an interactive object segmentation method that is followed by a virtual view synthesis step
 H. Emrah Tasli and A. Aydin Alatan “User assisted disparity remapping for stereo images“; Elsevier Signal Processing: Image Communication
 H. Emrah Tasli, Theo Gevers, A. Aydin Alatan; “User Assisted Stereo Image Retargetting“; IEEE Conference on Signal Processing and Communications Applications (SIU) 2013.
 H. Emrah Tasli, A. Aydin Alatan; “Interactive object segmentation for mono and stereo applications: Geodesic prior induced graph cut energy minimization“; ICCV Workshop on Human Interaction on Computer Vision, 2011. Supplementary Material.
 H. Emrah Tasli, Kemal Ugur; “Interactive 2D 3D image conversion method for mobile devices“; 3DTV Conference: The True Vision – Capture, Transmission and Display of 3D Video (3DTV-CON) 2011