Study of Three-Dimensional Image Brightness Loss in Stereoscopy
AbstractWhen viewing three-dimensional (3D) images, whether in cinemas or on stereoscopic televisions, viewers experience the same problem of image brightness loss. This study aims to investigate image brightness loss in 3D displays, with the primary aim being to quantify the image brightness degradation in the 3D mode. A further aim is to determine the image brightness relationship to the corresponding two-dimensional (2D) images in order to adjust the 3D-image brightness values. In addition, the photographic principle is used in this study to measure metering values by capturing 2D and 3D images on television screens. By analyzing these images with statistical product and service solutions (SPSS) software, the image brightness values can be estimated using the statistical regression model, which can also indicate the impact of various environmental factors or hardware on the image brightness. In analysis of the experimental results, comparison of the image brightness between 2D and 3D images indicates 60.8% degradation in the 3D image brightness amplitude. The experimental values, from 52.4% to 69.2%, are within the 95% confidence interval View Full-Text
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Yu, H.-C.; Tsai, X.-H.; Luo, A.-C.; Wu, M.; Chen, S.-W. Study of Three-Dimensional Image Brightness Loss in Stereoscopy. Appl. Sci. 2015, 5, 926-941.
Yu H-C, Tsai X-H, Luo A-C, Wu M, Chen S-W. Study of Three-Dimensional Image Brightness Loss in Stereoscopy. Applied Sciences. 2015; 5(4):926-941.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yu, Hsing-Cheng; Tsai, Xie-Hong; Luo, An-Chun; Wu, Ming; Chen, Sei-Wang. 2015. "Study of Three-Dimensional Image Brightness Loss in Stereoscopy." Appl. Sci. 5, no. 4: 926-941.