단일 동영상의 입체 영상으로의 변환

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The last few years have seen a dramatic increase in the demand for
stereo content. This has largely been driven by the commercial availability
of multiviewer auto-stereoscopic displays. Such displays require a number
of adjacent views of scene. This proposal can help generating stereoscopic
video by making the left and right video corresponding two eyes.
We propose a method for converting monotonic video to stereoscopic
video. The proposed methodology is composed of four major steps. First,
given a current video frame, we estimate a motion vector for each block
by a conventional block matching motion estimation algorithm. The motion
vector is composed of horizontal and vertical disparities. Second, the norm
of the motion vector is computed for each block. Due to the reduction of
noise, a median filter is performed on the norm of the motion vector in
order to enhance the reliability. Third, each block is shifted to the
horizontal direction by the norm of the motion vector which is transformed
- vi -
to binocular parallax. The shift of blocks in the horizontal direction
eliminates the effects of the vertical disparity. Finally, all the shifted blocks
are synthesized and a synthesized image is then generated. A stereoscopic
image pair being composed of the original image and its associated
synthesized image is produced. With proper 3-D viewing devices, users can
feel 3-D depth from seeing the stereoscopic video.
Alternative Title
Conversion of Monotonic Video to Stereoscopic Video
Alternative Author(s)
Lee, Eun-Jeong
일반대학원 컴퓨터공학과
일반대학원 컴퓨터공학과
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제 1 장 서 론 1

제 2 장 입체 영상의 개요 3
제 1 절 입체 영상의 원리 3
제 2 절 스테레오 그래픽 7
제 3 절 입체 영상 구현 방식 9

제 3 장 입체 영상 변환방법 14
제 1 절 움직임 측정 16
제 2 절 수평 ․ 수직 시차 변환 20
제 3 절 블록 이동 및 영상 조합 28

제 4 장 입체 영상 구현 32

제 5 장 결론 42

참고문헌 44
이은정. (2005). 단일 동영상의 입체 영상으로의 변환.
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