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Omnidirectional Images as Moving Camera Videos

@article{Sui2020OmnidirectionalIA,
  title={Omnidirectional Images as Moving Camera Videos},
  author={Xiangjie Sui and Kede Ma and Yiru Yao and Yuming Fang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2005.10547}
}
Omnidirectional images (also referred to as static 360° panoramas) impose viewing conditions much different from those of regular 2D images. A natural question arises: how do humans perceive image distortions in immersive virtual reality (VR) environments? We argue that, apart from the distorted panorama itself, three types of viewing behavior governed by VR conditions are crucial in determining its perceived quality: starting point, exploration time, and scanpath. In this paper, we propose a… Expand

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