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Perceptual attributes of crosstalk in 3D images
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Investigation of three perceptually important attributes influencing the overall viewing experience: perceived image distortion, perceived depth, and visual strain shows that image distortion ratings show a clear increase with increasing crosstalk and increasing camera base distance. Expand
Perceived quality of compressed stereoscopic images: Effects of symmetric and asymmetric JPEG coding and camera separation
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Results on asymmetric and symmetric coding showed that the relationship between perceived image quality and average bit rate is not straightforward, and in some cases, image quality ratings of a symmetric coded pair can be higher than for an asymmetriccoded pair, even if the averaged bit rate for the symmetric pair is lower, than for the asymmetric pair. Expand
A survey of perceptual evaluations and requirements of three-dimensional TV
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The perceptual requirements for 3-D TV that can be extracted from the literature are summarized and issues that require further investigation are addressed in order for 3D TV to be a success. Expand
Viewing experience and naturalness of 3D images
The term 'image quality' is often used to measure the performance of an imaging system. Recent research showed however that image quality may not be the most appropriate term to capture theExpand
Visibility of hue, saturation, and luminance deviations in LEDs
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Both experiments show that observers are more sensitive to hue than to saturation deviations, and that the visibility of hue gratings is independent of spatial frequency in the range of 0.4 to 1.2 cycles/degree. Expand
An evaluation of different setups for simulating lighting characteristics
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This paper discusses an actual perception experiment including several lighting settings in a normal office environment, and considers a number of options and discusses the reasoning behind them along with their advantages and disadvantages. Expand
The Influence of Speed and Amplitude on Visibility and Perceived Subtlety of Dynamic Light
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An experiment was conducted which studied the influence of the speed and amplitude of periodic temporal color transitions on the thresholds for visibility and perceived subtlety, and indicated that observers are more sensitive to hue changes than to chroma changes, and observers areMore sensitive to Hue changes in the orange region than to those in the blue region. Expand
A comparison of perceived lighting characteristics in simulations versus real-life setup
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The correlation between perceptual characteristics of the atmosphere of a real-world scene and a simulated image of it is investigated and shows that for all 4 tested atmosphere words similar main effects and similar trends can be found in both the real life experiments and the simulation experiments. Expand
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