Pieter J. H. Seuntiëns

Learn More
JPEG compression of the left and right components of a stereo image pair is a way to save valuable bandwidth when transmitting stereoscopic images. This paper presents results on the effects of camera-base distance (B) and JPEG coding on overall image quality, perceived depth, perceived sharpness, and perceived eye strain. In the experiment, two(More)
The goal of this chapter is to explore and determine which evaluation criterion is most appropriate to assess the performance of 3D-display systems. It is assumed that these evaluation criteria take into account image quality as well as reproduced depth. The criterion that weighs depth most in addition to image quality is considered most appropriate.(More)
A high-quality three-dimensional (3-D) broadcast service (3-D TV) is becoming increasingly feasible based on various recent technological developments combined with an enhanced understanding of 3-D perception and human factors issues surrounding 3-D TV. In this paper, 3-D technology and perceptually relevant issues, in particular 3-D image quality and(More)
Three-dimensional television (3DTV) is often mentioned as a logical next step following high-definition television (HDTV). A high quality 3-D broadcast service is becoming increasingly feasible based on various recent technological developments combined with an enhanced understanding of 3-D perception and human factors issues surrounding 3DTV. In this(More)
JPEG compression of the left and right components of a stereo image pair is a way to save valuable bandwidth when transmitting stereoscopic images. This paper presents results on the effects of camera-base distance and JPEG-coding on overall image quality, perceived depth, perceived sharpness and perceived eye-strain. In the experiment, two stereoscopic(More)
  • 1