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A Tool for Stereoscopic Parameter Setting Based on Geometric Perceived Depth Percentage

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A Tool for Stereoscopic Parameter Setting Based on Geometric Perceived Depth Percentage
—It is a necessary but challenging task for creative producers to have an idea how the target audience might perceive when watching a stereoscopic film in a cinema during production. This paper proposes a novel metric, geometric perceived depth percentage (GPDP), to numerate and depict the depth perception of a scene before rendering. In addition to the geometric relationship between the object depth and focal distance, GPDP takes the screen width and viewing distance into account. As a result, it provides a more intuitive mean for predicting stereoscopy and is universal across different viewing conditions. Based on GPDP, we design a practical tool to visualize the stereoscopic perception without the need of any 3D device or special environment. The tool utilizes the stereoscopic comfort volume, GPDP-based shading schemes, depth perception markers, and GPDP histograms as visual cues so that animators can set stereoscopic parameters more easily. The tool is easily implemented into an...
Shuen-Huei Guan, Yu-Chi Lai, Kuo-Wei Chen, Hsuang-
Added 10 Apr 2016
Updated 10 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where TCSV
Authors Shuen-Huei Guan, Yu-Chi Lai, Kuo-Wei Chen, Hsuang-Ting Chou, Yung-Yu Chuang
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