Prof. Ingrid Heynderickx
Prof. at Philips Research Nederland BV
SPIE Involvement:
Author | Instructor
Publications (27)

SPIE Journal Paper | April 20, 2015
JEI Vol. 24 Issue 02
KEYWORDS: Image quality, Distributed interactive simulations, Visualization, Remote sensing, Databases, Image compression, Image visualization, Eye, Visual analytics, Analytical research

Proc. SPIE. 9394, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XX
KEYWORDS: Statistical analysis, Visual process modeling, Databases, Glasses, Error analysis, Computer vision technology, Image quality, Machine vision, Analytical research, Social networks

Proc. SPIE. 9394, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XX
KEYWORDS: Visual process modeling, Visualization, Video, Image quality, Signal processing, Video compression, Video processing, Feature selection, Multimedia, Web 2.0 technologies

SPIE Journal Paper | January 27, 2015
JBO Vol. 20 Issue 01
KEYWORDS: Light emitting diodes, Tissues, Reflectivity, Multispectral imaging, Light sources, Visual system, Light sources and illumination, RGB color model, Lamps, Visibility

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | February 25, 2014
Proc. SPIE. 9014, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XIX
KEYWORDS: Visualization, Video, Tablets, LCDs, Video compression, Signal generators, Multimedia, Neodymium, Electronic imaging, Visibility

SPIE Journal Paper | November 6, 2013
JEI Vol. 22 Issue 04
KEYWORDS: Image quality, Molybdenum, Eye, Image compression, Image enhancement, Head, Calibration, Data modeling, Video, Image processing

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Course Instructor
SC1045: Evaluation Methodology for 2D and 3D Displays
The course starts with an historical perspective of image quality, including an introduction to the Image Quality Circle framework of Engeldrum. The main goal of the first part of the course is to understand how to design reliable perception experiments for measuring image quality. To this end, the course provides an overview of evaluation methodologies and discusses common pitfalls. Consequently, the concept of image quality is extended towards concepts as naturalness and viewing experience. In the second part of the course, the focus is fully on 3D displays. This second part starts with the basics of depth perception. It then explains how to extend the Image Quality Circle framework by combining depth perception with image quality. Finally, the course ends with an extensive discussion on issues of visual discomfort, possibly occurring after prolonged viewing of 3D content.
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