28 January 2009 Efficient stereoscopic contents file format on the basis of ISO base media file format
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A lot of 3D contents haven been widely used for multimedia services, however, real 3D video contents have been adopted for a limited applications such as a specially designed 3D cinema. This is because of the difficulty of capturing real 3D video contents and the limitation of display devices available in a market. However, diverse types of display devices for stereoscopic video contents for real 3D video contents have been recently released in a market. Especially, a mobile phone with a stereoscopic camera has been released in a market, which provides a user as a consumer to have more realistic experiences without glasses, and also, as a content creator to take stereoscopic images or record the stereoscopic video contents. However, a user can only store and display these acquired stereoscopic contents with his/her own devices due to the non-existence of a common file format for these contents. This limitation causes a user not share his/her contents with any other users, which makes it difficult the relevant market to stereoscopic contents is getting expanded. Therefore, this paper proposes the common file format on the basis of ISO base media file format for stereoscopic contents, which enables users to store and exchange pure stereoscopic contents. This technology is also currently under development for an international standard of MPEG as being called as a stereoscopic video application format.
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Kyuheon Kim, Jangwon Lee, Doug Young Suh, Gwang Hoon Park, "Efficient stereoscopic contents file format on the basis of ISO base media file format", Proc. SPIE 7256, Multimedia on Mobile Devices 2009, 72560N (28 January 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.816730; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.816730


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