“Real-Time 3D Video” by Vieira, Velho, Sá and Carvalho

  • ©Marcelo Bernardes Vieira, Luiz Velho, Asla Sá, and Paulo Cezar Pinto Carvalho

  • ©Marcelo Bernardes Vieira, Luiz Velho, Asla Sá, and Paulo Cezar Pinto Carvalho

  • ©Marcelo Bernardes Vieira, Luiz Velho, Asla Sá, and Paulo Cezar Pinto Carvalho

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Entry Number: 097

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    Real-Time 3D Video

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    The advent of digital video caused a technological revolution that changed in many ways the audio-visual communications. The digital format is, by its very nature, robust to degradations and well suited to computer processing. As a consequence, digital video had a great impact on the Television and Film industries. Now, it is shaping the new media, with the Internet and wireless channels.
    The development of the initial generations of digital video focused on technological foundations, system issues and standards. In this respect, the result was a significant improvement of evolutionary aspects, such as image resolution. But the data type remained the same – i.e., color and sound information.
    The next generation of digital video has to bring innovation related to revolutionary aspects. This will be the result of incorporating new types of data into the media. Depth information is certainly the most natural candidate of data type to augment digital video. Not only it is consonant with the human perceptual system, but it also facilitates scene analysis by computers to extract information at higher levels.

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    1. Rusinkiewicz, S., Hall-Holt, O., and Levoy, M. 2002. Real-time 3d model acquisition. ACM Transactions on Graphics 21, 3, 438–446.
    2. Sa, A., Carvalho, P. C., and Velho, L. 2002. (b, s)-BCSL: Structured light color boundary coding for 3d photography. In Proceedings the 7th VMV.


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