2 February 2011 Depth perception enhancement based on chromostereopsis
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This study aims to promote the cubic effect by reproducing images with depth perception using chromostereopsis in human visual perception. From psychophysical experiments based on the theory that the cubic effect depends on the lightness of the background in the chromostereoptic effect and the chromostereoptic reversal effect, it was found that the luminous cubic effect differs depending on the lightness of the background and the hue combination of the neighboring colors. Also, the layer of the algorithm-enhancing cubic effect that was drawn from the result of the experiment was classified into the foreground, middle, and background layers according to the depth of the input image. For the respective classified layer, the color factors that were detected through the psychophysical experiments were adaptively controlled to produce an enhanced cubic effect that is appropriate for the properties of human visual perception and the characteristics of the input image.
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Ji Young Hong, Ji Young Hong, Ho Young Lee, Ho Young Lee, Du Sik Park, Du Sik Park, Chang Yeong Kim, Chang Yeong Kim, } "Depth perception enhancement based on chromostereopsis", Proc. SPIE 7865, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XVI, 786513 (2 February 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.872290; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.872290
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