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After the introduction of HDTV, the next expected milestone is stereoscopic (3D) TV. This paper gives a summary of the new MPEG-C part 3 standard, capable of compressing the 2D+Z format, and shows how it can be used to serve the Is generation of 3DTVs. Furthermore it gives directions on how this standard could be extended to serve also the generations(More)
Recently the interest in 3D video has significantly increased (as eg. could be seen on the consumer electronics show CES 2009). Because there is a lack of one clear recognized 3D standard, various different (proprietary or non-proprietary) standards or solutions are starting to enter the market already based on stereo where some kind of spatial sub-sampling(More)
For HDTV there should be a balance between spatial and temporal resolution. For obtaining this balance, while avoiding flicker and stroboscopic effects, the frame rate should be increased. A frame rate of 75 Hz is a good starting point. This is now possible, because the design rules for digital transmission are different from those of analogue transmission(More)
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