The Viewing Conditions of Light-Field Video for Subjective Quality Assessment

Kara, Peter Andras and Tamboli, Roopak and Cserkaszky, Aron and Martini, Maria and Barsi, Attila and Bokor, Laszlo (2018) The Viewing Conditions of Light-Field Video for Subjective Quality Assessment. In: 8th International Conference on 3D Immersion, IC3D, 5 December 2018, Brussels, Belgium.

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At the time of this paper, research on the quality of light-field visualization is continuously gaining momentum, as the excellence in visual performance shall be one of the key enablers of the emergence and long-Term presence of this technology on the consumer market. Experiments on perceived quality began in parallel with the appearance of commercially available light-field displays. As the techniques of subjective quality assessment on these displays are not standardized yet, certain parameters may greatly vary, such as viewing conditions. Although most of the current research efforts in this area address forms of static visualization, light-field video is also an essential target of quality evaluation. In this paper, we introduce the results of an experiment investigating the viewing conditions of light-field video quality assessment. The tests directly compare the perceived horizontal motion parallax of static viewing positions with motion patterns. The visual quality of the test conditions was degraded by the reduction of content spatial and angular resolution, as they both affect the smoothness of the horizontal motion parallax.

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