Objective Evaluation Criteria for Shooting Quality of Stereo Cameras over Short Distance
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Stereo cameras are the basic tools used to obtain stereoscopic image pairs, which can lead to truly great image quality. However, some inappropriate shooting conditions may cause discomfort while viewing stereo images. It is therefore considerably necessary to establish the perceptual criteria that can be used to evaluate the shooting quality of stereo cameras. This article proposes objective quality evaluation criteria based on the characteristics of parallel and toed-in camera configurations. Considering the different internal structures and basic shooting principles, this paper focuses on short-distance shooting conditions and establishes assessment criteria for both parallel and toed-in camera configurations. Experimental results show that the proposed evaluation criteria can predict the visual perception of stereoscopic images and effectively evaluate stereoscopic image quality.
Keywordsstereo camera, objective evaluation, shooting princi-ples, stereoscopic image pairs, short-distance shooting, parallel and toed-in camera configurations.
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SourceRadioengineering. 2015 vol. 24, č. 1, s. 305-313. ISSN 1210-2512
- 2015/1