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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Stereo 3D Content Factors Causing Viewer's Discomfort
Kim, Woo-Youl; Seo, Young-Ho; Kim, Dong-Wook;
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 Abstract
This paper qualitatively analyzes the stereo 3D content factors causing viewer's discomfort. For this, we perform a subjective test that each subject strokes a specific key whenever he or she feels discomfort during watching stereo 3D contents. Also we extract the quantitative values of the factors in the 3D contents to obtain the temporal changes of the factors. Those two sets of data are used to analyze the contents to find the content factors which cause viewer's discomfort. The factors to be considered are the amount and the frequency of the disparity change, story of the contents, situation or environments of a scene, movement and position of the image or camera, color and luminance information as well as disparities themselves. Most researches have dealt with each factor causing viewer's discomfort but this paper focuses on the composite factors rather than each of them. That is, this paper deals with the various strong and weak factors and their composites causing viewer's discomfort in addition to the big disparities which have been mostly so far.
 Keywords
viewer's safety;content production guideline;discomfort factors;stereo 3D contents;disparity;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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한국통신학회논문지, 2013. vol.38C. 11, pp.1000-1009 crossref(new window)
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