30 January 1990 Compression Of Stereo Images And The Evaluation Of Its Effects On 3-D Perception
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The proposed approach to stereo image coding takes advantage of the singleness of vision property of the human visual system. Experiments show that a stereo image pair, in which one of the images is low-pass filtered and subsampled, is perceived as a sharp 3-D image. The depth information is perceived due to the stereopsis effect, and the sharpness is maintained due to the details in the non-filtered image. A methodology for the evaluation of the compression effects on the 3-D perception of stereo images is presented. It is based on measurements of response-time and accuracy of human subjects performing simple 3-D perception tasks.
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I. Dinstein, M. G. Kim, J. Tselgov, A. Henik, "Compression Of Stereo Images And The Evaluation Of Its Effects On 3-D Perception", Proc. SPIE 1153, Applications of Digital Image Processing XII, (30 January 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.962354; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.962354
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