Multiview imaging (MVI) has attracted increasing attention, thanks to the rapidly dropping cost of digital cameras. This opens a wide variety of interesting new research topics and applications, such as virtual view synthesis, highperformance imaging, image/video segmentation, object tracking/recognition, environmental surveillance, remote education, industrial inspection, 3DTV, and free viewpoint TV (FTV) [9], [10]. While some of these tasks can be handled with conventional single view images/video, the availability of multiple views of the scene significantly broadens the field of applications, while enhancing performance and user experience.