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000192800 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1117/12.2040465
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000192800 245__ $$aSubjective evaluation of two stereoscopic imaging systems exploiting visual attention to improve 3D quality of experience
000192800 269__ $$a2014
000192800 260__ $$bSpie-Int Soc Optical Engineering$$c2014$$aBellingham
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000192800 336__ $$aConference Papers
000192800 490__ $$aStereoscopic Displays and Applications$$vXXV
000192800 520__ $$aCrosstalk and vergence-accommodation rivalry negatively impact the quality of experience (QoE) provided by stereoscopic displays. However, exploiting visual attention and adapting the 3D rendering process on the fly can reduce these drawbacks. In this paper, we propose and evaluate two different approaches that exploit visual attention to improve 3D QoE on stereoscopic displays: an offline system, which uses a saliency map to predict gaze position, and an online system, which uses a remote eye tracking system to measure real time gaze positions. The gaze points were used in conjunction with the disparity map to extract the disparity of the object-of-interest. Horizontal image translation was performed to bring the fixated object on the screen plane. The user preference between standard 3D mode and the two proposed systems was evaluated through a subjective evaluation. Results show that exploiting visual attention significantly improves image quality and visual comfort, with a slight advantage for real time gaze determination. Depth quality is also improved, but the difference is not significant.
000192800 6531_ $$a3D
000192800 6531_ $$astereoscopic display
000192800 6531_ $$avisual attention
000192800 6531_ $$asaliency map
000192800 6531_ $$aeye tracking
000192800 6531_ $$aquality of experience
000192800 6531_ $$asubjective quality assessment
000192800 700__ $$0245954$$g170391$$aHanhart, Philippe
000192800 700__ $$aEbrahimi, Touradj$$g105043$$0240223
000192800 7112_ $$dFebruary 2-6, 2014$$cSan Francisco, California, USA$$aSPIE Electronic Imaging
000192800 773__ $$j9011$$tProc. SPIE
000192800 8564_ $$zPreprint$$yPreprint$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/192800/files/SDA2014.pdf$$s315549
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000192800 909CO $$pSTI$$ooai:infoscience.tind.io:192800$$qGLOBAL_SET$$pconf
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000192800 937__ $$aEPFL-CONF-192800
000192800 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
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