On the evaluation of 3D codecs on multiview autostereoscopic display
Evaluating the performance of different 3D codecs on multiview autostereoscopic monitor is a tedious process, as it requires the synthesis of a dense set of views. Therefore, it is legitimate to ask if evaluations could be performed on stereoscopic monitors instead and could lead to similar results as on multiview autostereoscopic monitors. This paper tries to answer to this question by analyzing a set of subjective scores resulting from evaluations of different 3D codecs on both display technologies. Results show that the comparison of different 3D codecs on stereoscopic display leads to similar conclusions when compared to multiview autostereoscopic display.