Abstract

This study analyzed the implementation and performance of a framework that can be efficiently applied to three-dimensional (3D) video sequence visualization. The proposed algorithm is based on wavelets and wavelet atomic functions used in the computation of disparity maps. The proposed algorithm employs wavelet multilevel decomposition and 3D visualization via color anaglyphs synthesis. Simulations were run on synthetic images, synthetic video sequences, and real-life video sequences. Results shows that this novel approach performs better in depth and spatial perception tasks compared to existing methods, both in terms of objective criteria such as quantity of bad disparities and similarity structural index measure and the more subjective measure of human vision.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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