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Stereoscopic 3D Video Editing Method for Visual Comfort
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 Title & Authors
Stereoscopic 3D Video Editing Method for Visual Comfort
Kim, Jung-Un; Kang, Hang-Bong;
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 Abstract
Each year, significant amounts of Stereoscopic 3D(S3D) contents have been introduced. However, viewers who enjoy the contents readily experience a sense of fatigue on account of various factors. Consequently, many improvement studies have been conducted with the domain of disparity by, for example, simply controlling the disparity or optimizing the reaction speed of viewers` eyes to vergence. However, such studies are limited to the disparity domain and therefore are restricted to a limited number of applications. In this study, we attempted to transcend this limitation and analyzed how a reconstruction in color and brightness, as well as disparity and other important features, affects eyes in terms of vergence adaptation. As a result, we found that, the higher the color similarity is, the better it positively affects vergence adaptation during viewing. Based on this analysis, we propose in this paper a similar color extraction method between takes that are applicable to real-life situations. In an evaluation, the algorithm was applied to publicly available S3D contents and produced a converted color optimized image. The vergence adaptation time of this applied contents was significantly decreased. Also it was minimized through color reconstruction, thereby, being resulted in enhancing viewer concentration.
 Keywords
Disparity;Accommodation;Vergence;S3D;Color Editing;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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눈 움직임을 이용한 밝기와 시청거리에 따른 3D 콘텐츠 피로도 분석,김용우;강행봉;

한국멀티미디어학회논문지, 2016. vol.19. 9, pp.1723-1737 crossref(new window)
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