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|Title: ||Stereoscopic Video Generation From Monoscopic Video|
|Authors: ||Xu, Xuyuan (徐叙遠)|
|Department: ||Department of Electronic Engineering|
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Award: ||The project won the first runner-up award in the Hong Kong round and Gold Award in the finals from the 2010 Amway Pan-Pearl River Delta Region Universities IT Project Competition organized by Sichuan Computer Federation and the Student Committee of Internet Professional Association, and won the Best of Tertiary Student Projects at the Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) in Malaysia in 2010.|
|Supervisor: ||Supervisor: Dr. Po, L M; Assessor: Mr Chau, W N|
|Subjects: ||Three-dimensional imaging.|
Image processing -- Digital techniques.
Three-dimensional display systems.
|Notes: ||Nominated as OAPS (Outstanding Academic Papers by Students) paper by Department in 2010-11.|
|Abstract: ||Stereoscopic video is relied on the illusion effect of the human eye. Due to the
difference of perception of the left and right eyes to reconstructed the stereo effect.
The purpose of this project is to generate low quality of stereoscopic video from the
monoscopic video. There are two key steps in the stereo video generation, 1) the
depth map generation and 2) left and right eye videos generation based on Depth
Image based Rendering. The source video is used to estimate the depth map based on
motion vectors and segmentation map based on colours. Fusion with depth and
segmentation map is a step to get the final depth map. Filtering is applied to final
depth map to avoid the clipping effect in the next step, constructing the stereoscopic
video based on the DIBR. For user friendly consideration, a graphic user interface is
integrated to this project.
Base on the motion parallax, the near objects move faster across the human retina
than the distant ones which provides important depth cue. The source video requires
background is static. Otherwise, it causes significant effect for the depth estimation.
Results show that the proposed method achieves good stereo effect for videos with
|Appears in Collections:||Electronic Engineering - Undergraduate Final Year Projects|
OAPS - Dept. of Electronic Engineering
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