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In this work, we present a panoramic 3D stereo reconstruction system composed of two catadioptric cameras. Each one consists of a CCD camera and a parabolic convex mirror that allows the acquisition of catadioptric images. We describe the calibration approach and propose the improvement of existing deep feature matching methods with epipolar constraints. We show that the improved matching algorithm covers more of the scene than classic feature detectors, yielding broader and denserdoi:10.3390/app10248851 fatcat:fq72fpwu3vdqzl7siyqopj5w2q