Fisheye camera is widely used in various applications because of its wider field-of-view. However, high distortion of images captured by fisheye cameras make it difficult for certain tasks which are based on traditional epipolar geometry (using epipolar lines) and stereo correspondence, such as depth map estimation. While most of existing depth map estimation methods use perspective-projection-based camera model, considering fisheye camera for depth map estimation will be beneficial because of its wider FOV. The availability of epipolar curves will be truly helpful for correspondence matching performed in depth map estimation. We propose a novel way of deriving epipolar curves using an auxiliary screen having benefits include: (i) deterministic results instead of statistical ones with accuracy within 1.5 pixels and (ii) the two epipoles as well as the epipolar curves in fisheye images can be obtained automatically, while unlimited number of the latter can be generated if needed.