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A New 3D Depth Reconstruction Method Adaptive to Various Environments
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A New 3D Depth Reconstruction Method Adaptive to Various Environments
Kim, Jung-Un; Kang, Hang-Bong;
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 Abstract
The recent development of the HD (High Definition) and UHD (Ultra High Definition) technology allowed the growth of 3D contents market. Yet the majority of the 3D contents in the market are strictly for 6.5 cm inter-ocular distance, causing various visual discomforts for the viewers who have different inter-ocular distance. Moreover, because the 3D contents are created for a fixed viewing distance, the change of the viewing distances when watching 3D contents can also cause visual conflicts. To solve this problem, we devised techniques that consider the environmental information of the viewer watching 3D contents. By analyzing the relationship between viewing distance, inter-ocular distance, and perceived depth, we created an adaptive content viewing system that reflects the viewer`s environment to minimize any conflicts in watching 3D contents. From our experiments, we found that the performance of our adaptive content viewing system was reasonable.
 Keywords
3D contents;Disparity;Inpainting;Perceived Depth;Viewing Systems;
 Language
Korean
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