I am wondering if it is possible to take a stereoscopic image and sum them in such a way that makes it a monoscopic image, with the resulting viewpoint in the center of where the two viewpoints actually where.
For example, if I had two cameras about 1 ft. apart, each takes an image of a subject 3 ft. away at the same time, could I take the resulting images, process them, and make the resulting image appear as if it were taken from a 3rd camera placed in the center of the outer two?
Are there tools for this sort of interpolation? I remember a couple scenes in the making of The Matrix where they talked about filling in frames of rotating, and it only took about 4 or 5 cameras to handle the shooting. (To be fair, I also remember the part where they had a whole array of cameras, each shooting one frame.)
Is this possible? If so, what tools would you use to do it?