16 March 2015 Depth remapping using seam carving for depth image based rendering
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Depth remapping is a technique to control depth range of stereo images. Conventional remapping which uses a transform function in the whole image has a stable characteristic, however it sometimes reduces the 3D appearance too much. To cope with this problem, a depth remapping method which preserves the details of depth structure is proposed. We apply seam carving, which is an effective technique for image retargeting, to depth remapping. An extended depth map is defined as a space-depth volume, and a seam surface which is a 2D monotonic and connected manifold is introduced. The depth range is reduced by removing depth values on the seam surface from the space-depth volume. Finally a stereo image pair is synthesized from the corrected depth map and an input color image by depth image based rendering.
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Ikuko Tsubaki, Ikuko Tsubaki, Kenichi Iwauchi, Kenichi Iwauchi, } "Depth remapping using seam carving for depth image based rendering", Proc. SPIE 9399, Image Processing: Algorithms and Systems XIII, 93990R (16 March 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2077083; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2077083
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