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000221561 245__ $$aJPEG backward compatible coding of omnidirectional images
000221561 269__ $$a2016
000221561 260__ $$bSPIE$$c2016$$aBellingham
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000221561 336__ $$aConference Papers
000221561 490__ $$aProceedings of SPIE
000221561 520__ $$aOmnidirectional image and video, also known as 360 image and 360 video, are gaining in popularity with the recent growth in availability of cameras and displays that can cope with such type of content. As omnidirectional visual content represents a larger set of information about the scene, it typically requires a much larger volume of information. Efficient compression of such content is therefore important. In this paper, we review the state of the art in compression of omnidirectional visual content, and propose a novel approach to encode omnidirectional images in such a way that they are still viewable on legacy JPEG decoders.
000221561 6531_ $$aomnidirectional image compression
000221561 6531_ $$aregion of interest estimation
000221561 6531_ $$avirtual reality
000221561 700__ $$0244457$$g206402$$aRerabek, Martin
000221561 700__ $$0248857$$g241533$$aUpenik, Evgeniy
000221561 700__ $$0240223$$g105043$$aEbrahimi, Touradj
000221561 7112_ $$dAugust 28 - September 1, 2016$$cSan Diego, California, USA$$aSPIE Optics + Photonics
000221561 773__ $$j9971$$tApplications of Digital Image Processing XXXIX$$k10$$q99711O-1-99711O-12
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