|Conference/Proceedings||IEEE Int. Conf. on Image Processing (ICIP)|
|Address||San Antonio, Texas, USA|
|Author(s)||Sebastian Knorr, Thomas Sikora|
|Title||An Image-based Rendering (IBR) Approach for Realistic Stereo View Synthesis of TV Broadcast Based on Structure From Motion|
|Abstract||In the past years, the 3D display technology has become a booming branch of research with fast technical progress. Hence, the 3D conversion of already existing 2D video material increases more and more in popularity. In this paper, a new approach for realistic stereo view synthesis (RSVS) of existing 2D video material is presented.|
The intention of our work is not a real-time conversion of existing video material with a deduction in stereo perception, but rather a more realistic off-line conversion with high accuracy. Our approach is based on structure from motion techniques and uses image-based rendering to reconstruct the desired stereo views for each video frame. The algorithm is tested on several TV broadcast videos, as well as on sequences captured with a single handheld camera. Finally, some simulation results will show the remarkable performance of this approach.
|Key words||Machine Vision, Image-based Rendering, Structure-from-Motion, Stereo-view Synthesis|