Subjective and objective visual quality assessment in the context of stereoscopic 3D-TV

Marcus Barkowsky, Kjell Brunnström, Touradj Ebrahimi, Lina Karam, Pierre Lebreton, Patrick Le Callet, Andrew Perkis, Alexander Raake, Mahesh Subedar, Kun Wang, Liyuan Xing, Junyong You

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Abstract

Subjective and objective visual quality assessment in the context of stereoscopic three-dimensional TV (3D-TV) is still in the nascent stage and needs to consider the effect of the added depth dimension. As a matter of fact, quality assessment of 3D-TV cannot be considered as a trivial extension of two-dimensional (2D) cases. Furthermore, it may also introduce negative effects not experienced in 2D, e.g., discomfort or nausea. Based on efforts initiated within the cost action ICT 1003 QUALINET, this chapter discusses current challenges in relation to subjective and objective visual quality assessment for stereo-based 3D-TV. Two case studies are presented to illustrate the current state of the art and some of the remaining challenges.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication3D-TV System with Depth-Image-Based Rendering: Architectures, Techniques and Challenges
PublisherSpringer New York
Pages413-437
Number of pages25
ISBN (Print)9781441999641, 1441999639, 9781441999634
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 1 2013

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Keywords

  • 3D-TV
  • ACR
  • Coding error
  • Correlation
  • Crosstalk perception
  • Depth map
  • Human visual system
  • IPTV
  • Mean opinion score
  • Objective visual quality
  • Quality assessment
  • Quality of experience (QoE)
  • Reliability
  • SSIM
  • Stereoscopic 3D-TV
  • Subjective visual quality

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  • Computer Science(all)
  • Engineering(all)

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Barkowsky, M., Brunnström, K., Ebrahimi, T., Karam, L., Lebreton, P., Le Callet, P., ... You, J. (2013). Subjective and objective visual quality assessment in the context of stereoscopic 3D-TV. In 3D-TV System with Depth-Image-Based Rendering: Architectures, Techniques and Challenges (pp. 413-437). Springer New York. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-9964-1_14

Subjective and objective visual quality assessment in the context of stereoscopic 3D-TV. / Barkowsky, Marcus; Brunnström, Kjell; Ebrahimi, Touradj; Karam, Lina; Lebreton, Pierre; Le Callet, Patrick; Perkis, Andrew; Raake, Alexander; Subedar, Mahesh; Wang, Kun; Xing, Liyuan; You, Junyong.

3D-TV System with Depth-Image-Based Rendering: Architectures, Techniques and Challenges. Springer New York, 2013. p. 413-437.

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Barkowsky, M, Brunnström, K, Ebrahimi, T, Karam, L, Lebreton, P, Le Callet, P, Perkis, A, Raake, A, Subedar, M, Wang, K, Xing, L & You, J 2013, Subjective and objective visual quality assessment in the context of stereoscopic 3D-TV. in 3D-TV System with Depth-Image-Based Rendering: Architectures, Techniques and Challenges. Springer New York, pp. 413-437. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-9964-1_14
Barkowsky M, Brunnström K, Ebrahimi T, Karam L, Lebreton P, Le Callet P et al. Subjective and objective visual quality assessment in the context of stereoscopic 3D-TV. In 3D-TV System with Depth-Image-Based Rendering: Architectures, Techniques and Challenges. Springer New York. 2013. p. 413-437 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-9964-1_14
Barkowsky, Marcus ; Brunnström, Kjell ; Ebrahimi, Touradj ; Karam, Lina ; Lebreton, Pierre ; Le Callet, Patrick ; Perkis, Andrew ; Raake, Alexander ; Subedar, Mahesh ; Wang, Kun ; Xing, Liyuan ; You, Junyong. / Subjective and objective visual quality assessment in the context of stereoscopic 3D-TV. 3D-TV System with Depth-Image-Based Rendering: Architectures, Techniques and Challenges. Springer New York, 2013. pp. 413-437
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