This paper presents a new approach to solve the problem of quality degradation of a synthesized view, when a virtual camera moves forward. Interpolation techniques using only two neighboring views are generally applied when a virtual view is synthesized. Because the size of an object increases when the virtual camera moves forward, conventional methods have usually addressed this problem by interpolation techniques in order to synthesize a virtual view. However, as it generates a degraded view such as blurred images, we prevent a synthesized view from being blurred by using more images in multiview camera configuration. That is, this problem is solved by applying super-resolution concept which reconstructs a high resolution image from several low resolution images. Data fusion is performed by geometric warping with disparity maps of the multiple images followed by deblurring. Experimental results show that the image quality can further be improved by reducing blurring and halo effects in comparison with the interpolation method.