IJMTES – A MODIFIED 3D BASED STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY QUALITY ENHANCEMENT BASED ON CROSSTALK REMOVAL

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : A MODIFIED 3D BASED STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY QUALITY ENHANCEMENT BASED ON CROSSTALK REMOVAL

Author’s Name : M Ramya unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 08 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 131-135

Abstract – This paper proposed a gain model method to eliminate the crosstalk and motion blur respectively. A crosstalk is always an issue for 3d displays. Crosstalk is a critical factor to determining the image quality of stereoscopic displays. A stereoscopic image quality assessment is an important and challenging issue in 3d application. Quality calculation of crosstalk perception can be carried out on stereoscopic display. Since crosstalk is annoying artifacts in the visualization session of stereoscopic 3d and cannot be completely eliminated with current technology. Stereoscopic three dimensional (3d) techniques is based on simultaneously capturing a pair of two dimensional (2d) images and then separately delivering them to respective eyes. In this paper to proposed in gain model method in digital image processing that could further reduce the optical crosstalk and motion blur in 3d display. Since the proposed process to evaluate image quality and improve accuracy, clarity in static and dynamic image on stereoscopic displays. 

Keywords— System Crosstalk, Motion Blur, 3D Images, Stereoscopic Display, Quality Evaluation 

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