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Experimental investigation of the effect of binocular disparity on the visibility threshold of asymmetric noise in stereoscopic viewing



Experimental investigation of the effect of binocular disparity on the visibility threshold of asymmetric noise in stereoscopic viewing



Optics Express 24(17): 19607-19615



Stereoscopic images could have asymmetric distortions caused by image processing in capture, synthesis, and compression of them. In 3D perception in stereoscopic display, the visibility threshold of the asymmetric distortions in the left and right images is important, which is tolerable to the human visual system. In this paper, we investigate the effect of the binocular disparity on the visibility threshold of asymmetric noises in stereoscopic images via subjective assessments. Existing just-noticeable-difference (JND) models for stereoscopic images have not taken into account the effect of the disparity in stereoscopic viewing. In this paper, we subjectively assessed the visibility threshold of asymmetric noises in stereoscopic images according to the disparity. Subjective evaluations showed that large disparity magnitudes could make more tolerable to perceive the asymmetric noises in the stereoscopic viewing.

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DOI: 10.1364/OE.24.019607



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