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  Conference Program:

Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XX

Conference and Exhibition

Monday-Wednesday 18-20 January 2010
San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, California, USA
To be published as Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 7524

Part of IS&T/SPIE's International Symposium on Electronic Imaging: Science and Technology
Sunday-Thursday 18-22 January 2009 ¤ San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, California, USA

[Advance Program, Register, Short Course, Demonstration Session, 3D Theatre ]

 

Official Conference Sponsors:         IMAX             NVIDIA


Projection Sponsors:     DepthQ     JVC Professional     Christie     Strong MDI     DoReMi Labs

Media Sponsors:     Veritas et Visus     Dimension 3     MTBS3D     Display Daily     Marketsaw

Conference Chairs: Andrew J. Woods, Centre for Marine Science & Technology, Curtin University of Technology (Australia);
Nicolas S. Holliman, Univ. of Durham (United Kingdom);
Neil A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (United Kingdom);
Founding Chair: John O. Merritt, The Merritt Group.

Program Committee:

Gregg Favalora, Optics for Hire;
Takashi Kawai, Waseda University (Japan);
Janusz Konrad, Boston University;
Shojiro Nagata, Japan 3D Forum/InterVision (Japan);
Vivian K. Walworth, StereoJet Inc.;
Chris Ward, Lightspeed Design;
Michael A. Weissman, TrueVision Systems Inc.;
Samuel Z. Zhou, IMAX Corp. (Canada)

Monday 18th January 2010

SESSION 1
Applications of Stereoscopy
Session Chair: Neil A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
Mon. 8:30 to 10:10 am

8:30 am: "What every surgeon wants": practical aspects on the use of stereoscopic applications in operative theatres, Justus F. R. Ilgner, Slavomir Biedron, Martin Westhofen, Univ. Hospital Aachen (Germany) [7524‑01]

8:50 am: A new AS-display as part of the MIRO light weight robot for surgical applications, Christoph M. Grossmann, SeeFront GmbH (Germany) [7524‑02]

9:10 am: Application of integral imaging autostereoscopic display to medical training equipment, Hiroyuki Nagatani, Toshiba Corp. (Japan) [7524‑03]

9:30 am: Stereo 3D upgrade kit for TALON robot system, Brad Pettijohn, Andrew Bodenhamer, Army Research Lab. (United States); Richard P. Edmondson, Larry Pezzaniti, David Chenault, Justin Vaden, Jim Morris, Brian Hyatt, Polaris Sensor Technologies, Inc. (United States); Joe Tchon, Tracy Barnidge, Rockwell Collins, Inc. (United States); Seth Kaufman, Foster-Miller, Inc. (United States); David Kingston, Scott Newell, Concurrent Technologies Corp. (United States) [7524‑04]

9:50 am: Stereoscopic filming for an accurate sense of depth and scale: an application to sports science, Marcus J. C. Lee, Paul Bourke, Jacqueline A. Alderson, The Univ. of Western Australia (Australia) [7524‑05]

Coffee Break Mon. 10:10 to 10:40 am

SESSION 2
Stereoscopic Standards

Session Chair: Michael A. Weissman, TrueVision Systems
Mon. 10:40 to 12:00 pm

10:40 am: Standardization based on human factors for 3D display: performance characteristics and measurement methods, Hiroyasu Ujike, Shin-ichi Uehara, Goro Hamagishi, Kazuki Taira, Takafumi Koike, Chiaki Kato, Toshio Nomura, Tsutomu Horikoshi, Ken Mashitani, Akimasa Yuuki, Kuniaki Izumi, Yuzo Hisatake, Naoko Watanabe, Yosh Nakano, Japanese Ergonomics National Committee (Japan) [7524‑06]

11:00 am: A historical look at research in the human visual system and its current application toward 3D video distribution, Keith Elliott, Screen's Edge, LLC (United States) [7524‑07]

11:20 am: Comparison of stereoscopic image formats for 3D video services, Jeong-Hyu Yang, Jin-Seok Im, Seung-Jong Choi, LG Electronics Inc. (Korea, Republic of) [7524‑08]

11:40 am: Performance of scalable coding in depth domain, Mårten Sjöström, Linda S. Karlsson, Mid Sweden Univ. (Sweden) [7524‑09]

Lunch Break

  12:30-1:30pm Lunch Time Discussion Round Table
An informal discussion of various stereoscopic topics over lunch.
The topic for each day will be announced at the conference.
Grab some lunch and meet at the reserved table near the SD&A conference room - limited numbers.

Mon. 12:00 to 1:30 pm

SESSION 3
Digital 3D Stereoscopic Entertainment

Session Chair: Chris Ward, Lightspeed Design, Inc.
Mon. 1:30 to 3:30 pm

1:30 pm: Beauty and the Beast: from 2D to 3D, Tara H. Turner, Walt Disney Animation Studios (United States) [7524‑10]

1:50 pm: Cosmic origins: experiences making a stereoscopic scientific movie, Nicolas S. Holliman, Durham Univ. (United Kingdom) [7524‑11]

2:10 pm: Matte painting in stereoscopic synthetic imagery, Jonathan A. Eisenmann, Rick Parent, The Ohio State Univ. (United States) [7524‑12]

2:30 pm: What do people look at when they watch stereoscopic movies?, Jukka P. Häkkinen, Nokia Research Ctr. (Finland) and Univ. of Helsinki (Finland); Takashi Kawai, Waseda Univ. (Japan); Jari M. Takatalo, Univ. of Helsinki (Finland); Reiko Mitsuya, Waseda Univ, (Japan); Göte Nyman, Univ. of Helsinki (Finland) [7524‑13]

2:50 pm: A study on correlation between stereographic cinematography and storytelling: through a documentary film about Ho-Quyen-UNESCO World heritage in Vietnam, Yang Hyun Choi, Jae Hong Ahn, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Korea, Republic of) [7524‑14]

3:10 pm: Student production: making a realistic stereo CG short film in six months, Celambarasan Ramasamy, Clemson Univ. (United States) [7524‑15]

Coffee Break Mon. 3:30 to 4:00 pm

SESSION 4
Keynote Presentation
Session Chair: Andrew J. Woods, Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia)
Mon. 4:00 to 5:00 pm

Three-Dimensional Storytelling

Bob Whitehill,
Stereoscopic Supervisor, Pixar Animation Studios

Since the advent of the visual arts, artists have developed techniques to imbue their images with emotion and story-telling. Renaissance painters used amber hued lighting to evoke intimacy and warmth. Photographers use different lens lengths to expand or constrict the space around a subject creating a feeling of freedom or confinement. Filmmakers move characters and objects in different directions or at various speeds to reflect a character's state of mind. These tools that affect our connection to and interpretation of a subject are innumerable. Now, with the growing base of equipped theaters, we've expanded the reach of another powerful tool in the visual storytelling aresenal - 3D. How can we use it, like color, composition, and movement as a visual storytelling device? How do we bring it beyond the 3D genre experience of roller-coaster shots and objects flying off screen into a subtler yet palpable addition to the art form? Will it become an expected and indispensible addition to almost all filmmaking, or continue to play a role on a smaller subset of films. Using examples from "Up", "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2", Pixar's Stereoscopic Supervisor Bob Whitehill will discuss these questions and the use of 3D as a visual storytelling device in Pixar's films.

Bob Whitehill began his career at Pixar Animation Studios in April 2004. Brought on as a Layout Artist on the Golden Globe winning Cars, he continued in this role on Pixar's animated short film Lifted, and the Academy Award winning feature WALL•E. Whitehill served as Layout Supervisor for Mater and Ghostlight and three Cars Toons, Rescue Squad Mater, El Materdor and Mater the Greater. Currently, Whitehill is working as Stereoscopic Supervisor on the 3D production of Disney•Pixar's feature film Toy Story 3. He worked as the Stereoscopic Supervisor on Disney•Pixar's recently released feature film Up and on the remastering of the original Toy Story and Toy Story 2 in 3D. Prior to joining Pixar, Whitehill worked as a Layout Artist and Supervisor at PDI/Dreamworks on various projects including Antz, Shrek and Shrek 2. One of Whitehill's earliest influences in 3D work was Peter Anderson, a 30-year veteran of 3D-filmmaking. Whitehill worked with Anderson on the Universal Studios theme park attraction, Shrek 4D. John Lasseter's passion for and interest in 3D has also been a great influence on Whitehill's creative use of 3D in Pixar's films.


Short Break Mon. 5:00 to 5:20 pm

3D Theatre
Session Chairs: Andrew J. Woods, Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia); Chris Ward, Lightspeed Design, Inc.
Mon. 5:20 to 7:20 pm

See large-screen examples of how 3D video is being used and produced around the world.
Program announced at the conference.


Shown on a 4K 3D projection system from JVC Professional.

[further information]


3D Theatre Audience


SD&A Conference 21st Birthday Banquet Mon. 7:40 pm to late

A celebration of 21 years of the SD&A conference to be held at a local San Jose restaurant.
Details available at the conference.

Tuesday 19th January 2010

EI Plenary Speaker   Tues. 8:00 to 9:15 am
"Automatic 3D Modeling and Analysis of Large Scale Urban Environments"
Avideh Zakhor (Univ. of California, Berkeley)
See Plenary Sessions for details.


SESSION 5
DIBR and FTV (Depth Image Based Rendering and Free Viewpoint Television)

Session Chair: Janusz Konrad, Boston Univ.
Tues. 10:30 to 11:30 am

9:30 am: Quality improving techniques for free-viewpoint DIBR, Luat Do, Svitlana Zinger, Technische Univ. Eindhoven (Netherlands); Peter H. N. de With, Cyclomedia Technology B.V. (Netherlands) and Technische Univ. Eindhoven (Netherlands) [7524‑17]

9:50 am: Structured light-based high-accuracy depth imaging applied for DIBR in multiview 3DTV, Roger Blanco Ribera, Taeone Kim, Jinwoong Kim, Namho Hur, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (Korea, Republic of) [7524‑18]

10:10 am: Novel view synthesis with residual error feedback for FTV, Hisayoshi Furihata, Mehrdad P. Tehrani, Tomohiro Yendo, Nagoya Univ. (Japan); Toshiaki Fuji, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan); Masayuki Tanimoto, Nagoya Univ. (Japan) [7524‑19]

Coffee Break Tues. 10:30 to 11:00 am

Discussion Forum 1 Tues. 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

3D Video Standards - At Last!!

With the rapid growth of the 3D industry, there is an urgent need for the development of relevant and useful standards to support connections between movies, television, cable, editing/storage systems, Blu-ray/DVD, displays, home systems, telecommunication channels, and so on. This need is being met with a high level of activity among the various standards bodies. In this forum, the current status of this activity will be presented by a panel of industry leaders from important standards groups.

Forum 1 Panelists

Panel Moderator:
Mike Weissman, Chief Scientist, TrueVision Systems

Panel members:
David Broberg, Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE); and Vice President, Consumer Video Technology, CableLabs
Pete Ludé, Executive Vice President, SMPTE; Senior Vice President, Engineering, Sony Electronics; and reporting on Blu-ray Disk Association (BDA)
Mark Stockfisch, Consumer Electronics Association (CEA); and CTO, Quantum Data, Inc.
Steve Venuti, President, HDMI LLC

Lunch Break

  12:30-1:30pm Lunch Time Discussion Round Table
An informal discussion of various stereoscopic topics over lunch.
The topic for each day will be announced at the conference.
Grab some lunch and meet at the reserved table near the SD&A conference room - limited numbers.

Tues. 12:00 to 1:30 pm

SESSION 6
3D Displays

Session Chair: Takashi Kawai, Waseda Univ. (Japan)
Tues. 1:30 to 3:10 pm

1:30 pm: Scalable large format 3D displays, Nelson L. Chang, Niranjan Damera-Venkata, Hewlett-Packard Labs. (United States) [7524‑20]

1:50 pm: Generation of circularly polarized stereoscopic transparencies and prints, Vivian K. Walworth, StereoJet, Inc. (United States); Warren D. Slafer, MicroContinuum, Inc. (United States) [7524‑21]

2:10 pm: Volumetric display using a roof mirror grid array, Daisuke Miyazaki, Noboru Hirano, Yuuki Maeda, Keisuke Ohno, Osaka City Univ. (Japan); Satoshi Maekawa, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (Japan) [7524‑22]

2:30 pm: 2D/3D convertible display with enhanced 3D viewing angle based on integral imaging, Soon-gi Park, Byoung-Sub Song, Sung-Wook Min, Kyung Hee Univ. (Korea, Republic of) [7524‑23]

2:50 pm: A multilayer liquid crystal display for autostereoscopic 3D viewing, Hironobu Gotoda, National Institute of informatics (Japan) [7524‑24]

Coffee Break Tues. 3:10 to 3:40 pm

SESSION 7
Stereoscopic Image Quality and Metrics

Session Chair: Nicolas S. Holliman, Durham Univ. (United Kingdom)
Tues. 3:40 to 5:20 pm

3:40 pm: Comparing levels of crosstalk with red/cyan, blue/yellow, and green/magenta anaglyph 3D glasses, Andrew J. Woods, Christopher Harris, Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia) [7524‑25]

4:00 pm: Multispectral polarization viewing angle analysis of circular polarized stereoscopic 3D displays, Pierre M. Boher, Thierry R. Leroux, Thibault Bignon, Véronique Collomb-Patton, ELDIM (France) [7524‑26]

4:20 pm: Methods for computing color anaglyphs, David F. McAllister, North Carolina State Univ. (United States) [7524‑27]

4:40 pm: No reference stereoscopic image quality assessment, Roushain Akhter, Univ. of Manitoba (Canada); Z. M. Parvez Sazzad, Yuukou Horita, Univ. of Toyama (Japan); Dereck Meek, Univ. of Manitoba (Canada) [7524‑28]

5:00 pm: System-crosstalk effect on stereopsis human factor study for 3D displays, Kuo-Chung Huang, Jinn-Cherng Yang, Chou-Lin Wu, Kuen Lee, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan); Sheue-Ling Hwang, National Tsing Hua Univ. (Taiwan) [7524‑29]

SD&A Demonstration Session
Session Chairs: Neil A. Dodgson, University of Cambridge (UK); Andrew J. Woods, Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia)
Tue. 5:30 to 8:00 pm

This year's demonstration session is again a combined event with the entire Electronic Imaging Symposium. The symposium-wide demonstration session open to all attendees. Demonstrators will provide interactive, hands-on demonstrations of a wide-range of products related to Electronic Imaging. The session will have a focused "Stereoscopic Displays & Applications" area.

The demonstration session houses a vast collection of electronic stereoscopic displays - there’s no better way to witness so many stereoscopic displays with your own two eyes than at this one session!

[further information]

Demonstration Session montage

Poster Session Tues. 5:30 to 7:00 pm
A poster session, with authors present at their posters, will be held Tuesday evening, 5:30 to 7:00 pm.
The poster session is co-located and runs concurrently with the Demonstration Session.
 
  • Perception of absolute and relative distance in stereoscopic image, Masahiko Ogawa, Kazunori Shidoji, Masakazu Funakoshi, Kyushu Univ. (Japan) [7524‑44]
  • Optical alignment technique of 3D-geometric camera system for 3D imaging, Sabri Gurbuz, Sumio Yano, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (Japan) [7524‑45]
  • Geometry based prediction structure for multiview video coding, Seok Lee, Ho-Cheon Wey, Du-Sik Park, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (Korea, Republic of) [7524‑46]
  • Increased depth perception with sharpness enhancement for stereo video, Mahesh M. Subedar, Lina J. Karam, Arizona State Univ. (United States) [7524‑47]
  • Removing the cardboard effect in stereoscopic images using smoothed depth maps, Koichi Shimono, Tokyo Univ. of Marine Science and Technology (Japan); Wa James Tam, Carlos Vazquez, Filippo Speranza, Ron Renaud, Communications Research Ctr. Canada (Canada) [7524‑48]
  • 2D/3D switchable LCD display with chromatic separation, Evgeny Gaskevich, Teralink (Russian Federation) [7524‑49]
  • Stereoscopic video quality evaluation, Z. M. Parvez Sazzad, Univ. of Toyama (Japan); Shouta Yamanaka, Yuukou Horita, Univ. of Toyama (Japan) [7524‑50]
  • Human factors issues in the design of stereo-rendered photorealistic objects: a stereoscopic Turing test, Collin D. Brack, The Univ. of Texas Medical Branch (United States); John Clewlow, Ivan Kessel, The Univ. of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (United States) [7524‑51]
  • 360-degree dense multiview image acquisition system using time multiplexing, Tomohiro Yendo, Nagoya Univ. (Japan); Toshiaki Fujii, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan); Mehrdad Panahpour Tehrani, Masayuki Tanimoto, Nagoya Univ. (Japan) [7524‑52]
  • Colorimetric characters of single-DMD volumetric true 3D display, Qibin Feng, Guoqiang Lv, Hefei Univ. of Technology (China); Dai Dong, Huadong Photoelectric Technique Institute of Anhui Province (China); Huaxia Wu, Hefei Univ. of Technology (China) [7524‑53]
  • Effect of accommodation training by stereoscopic movie presentation on myopic youth, Akihiro Sugiura, Hiroki Takada, Tetuya Yamamoto, Gifu Univ. of Medical Science (Japan); Masaru Miyao, Nagoya Univ. (Japan) [7524‑54]
  • Analysis of depth-of-field of stereoscopic cameras in lens-tilt configurations, Naoki Kaneko, Shiro Suyama, Hirotsugu Yamamoto, Univ. of Tokushima (Japan) [7524‑55]
  • A tool for automatic preprocessing stereoscopic video, Norbert Blenn, Niels V. Festenberg, Stefan Gumhold, Technische Univ. Dresden (Germany) [7524‑56]
  • Imaging polarization for characterization of polarized based 3D displays and 3D projectors, Pierre M. Boher, Thierry R. Leroux, Véronique Collomb-Patton, Thibault Bignon, David Glinel, ELDIM (France) [7524‑57]
  • Autostereoscopic display optical properties evaluation, Chou-Lin Wu, Kuo-Chung Huang, Ching-Chiu Liao, Yi-hen Chen, Kuen Lee, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan) [7524‑58]
  • [7524‑59] moved to session 8
  • A new stereoscopic perceptual quality metric using curvelet transform, Rafik Bensalma, Mohamed-Chaker Larabi, Univ. de Poitiers (France) [7524‑60]
  • Occlusion size aware multi-viewpoint images generation from 2D plus depth images, An-Chun Luo, Wen-Chao Chen, De-Jin Shau, Chung-Wei Lin, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan) [7524‑61]
  • Depth extraction for auto-stereoscopic sets by means of a mesh reconstruction algorithm, Cédric Niquin, Univ. de Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France) and TéléRelief (France); Stéphanie Prevost, Univ. de Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France); Yannick Renion, Univ. de Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France) and TéléRelief (France) [7524‑62]
  • A new near-­lossless scheme for multiview image compression, Benjamin Battin, IUT de Reims-Châlons-Charleville (France) and TéléRelief (France); Philippe Vautrot, IUT de Reims-Châlons-Charleville (France); Didier Debons, TéléRelief (France); Laurent Lucas, IUT de Reims-Châlons-Charleville (France) [7524‑63]
  • Integral imaging using pupil modulation and depth-control processing, Jun Arai, Masahiro Kawakita, Makoto Okui, Eisuke Nakasu, Fumio Okano, NHK Science & Technical Research Labs. (Japan) [7524‑64]
  • Multiview three-dimensional display by directional illumination of a digital micromirror device light modulator, Lawrence P. Bogaert, Youri Meuret, Hugo Thienpont, Vrije Univ. Brussel (Belgium); Aykut Avci, Univ. Gent (Belgium); Herbert De Smet, Univ. Gent (Belgium) and IMEC vzw (Belgium) [7524‑65]
  • SMV256: super multiview display with 256 viewpoints using multiple projections of lenticular displays, Yasuhiro Takaki, Nichiyo Nago, Yohei Shinozaki, Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology (Japan) [7524‑66]
  • Three-dimensional pickup and display for microscopic object using microscopy and integral imaging, Quang D. Pham, Jae-Hyeung Park, Nam Kim, Chungbuk National Univ. (Korea, Republic of); Jae-jeong Eun, Changwon National Univ. (Korea, Republic of) [7524‑67]
  • Automatic detection of stereoscopic video format for 3DTV, Jung E. Lim, JinSeok Im, Seung Jong Choi, LG Electronics Inc. (Korea, Republic of) [7524‑68]
Wednesday 20th January 2010

EI Plenary Speaker   Wed. 8:00 to 9:15 am
"Hey! What Is That In Your Pocket? The Mobile Device Future"
Edward J. Delp III (Purdue Univ.),
See Plenary Sessions for details.
Includes award announcements before the presentation.


SESSION 8
Stereoscopic Cameras and Image Rectification
Session Chair: Vivian K. Walworth, StereoJet, Inc.
Wed. 9:30 to 10:30 am

9:30 am: Adaptive 3D rendering based on region-of-interest, Christel Chamaret, Sylvain Godeffroy, Patrick Lopez, Olivier Le Meur, Thomson R&D France (France) [7524‑59] Toward easy stereoscopic capture and interaction, Nelson L. Chang, Suk Hwan Lim, Hewlett-Packard Labs. (United States) [7524‑30]

9:50 am: Local color correction of stereo pairs, Davide Gadia, Dario Villa, Cristian Bonanomi, Alessandro Rizzi, Daniele Marini, Univ. degli Studi di Milano (Italy) [7524‑31]

10:10 am: Design issues for stereo vision systems used on tele-operated robotic systems, Richard P. Edmondson, J. Larry Pezzaniti, David Chenault, Justin Vaden, Jim Morris, Brian Hyatt, Polaris Sensor Technologies, Inc. (United States); Joe Tchon, Tracy Barnidge, Rockwell Collins, Inc. (United States); Seth Kaufman, Foster-Miller, Inc. (United States); David Kingston, Scott Newell, Concurrent Technologies Corp. (United States); Andrew Bodenhamer, Brad Pettijohn, Army Research Lab. (United States) [7524‑32]


Coffee Break Wed. 10:30 to 11:00 am

Discussion Forum 2 Wed. 11:00am to 12:00 pm

The Business of 3D: Building Successful Business Models

The 3D world is expanding rapidly from the 3D cinema experience, into the home and also industry. But for the new 3D technologies and services to be a success, there must be a value proposition, a successful business model, and ultimately someone willing to pay for it. The fast growth of 3D in Cinema has shown that there is great potential for the entire 3D ecosystem, but will everyone in the value chain find a way to make money? In this new world, there are many possible 3D business opportunities but in all cases a sound business model must exist. This panel will explore some of these new business scenarios and invite questions from the audience.

Discussion Forum Panelists

Panel Moderator:

Chris Chinnock, Owner, Insight Media

Panel Members:
Jim Calverley, Senior Manager, Marketing, FujiFilm USA.
Chris Ward, President, Lightspeed Design, Inc.
Sunil Jain, Architecture Manager, PC Client Group, Intel Corp.
Lenny Lipton, President and Chief Science Officer, Oculus3D.

Lunch/Exhibition Break

  12:30-1:30pm Lunch Time Discussion Round Table
An informal discussion of various stereoscopic topics over lunch.
The topic for each day will be announced at the conference.
Grab some lunch and meet at the reserved table near the SD&A conference room - limited numbers.

Wed. 12:00 to 1:30 pm

SESSION 9
Multi-view 3D Content and Displays
Session Chair: Gregg E. Favalora, Optics for Hire
Wed. 1:30 to 2:50 pm

1:30 pm: Real 3D video capturing for multiscopic rendering with controlled distortion, Jessica Prevoteau, Univ. de Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France) and TéléRelief (France); Sylvia Chalençon-Piotin, Univ. de Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France); Didier Debons, TéléRelief (France); Laurent Lucas, Yannick Remio, Univ. de Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France) [7524‑36]

1:50 pm: Multiview image coding scheme transformations: artefact characteristics and effects on perceived 3D quality, Roger Olsson, Mårten Sjöström, Mid Sweden Univ. (Sweden) [7524‑37]

2:10 pm: Virtual-view adaptation for 3D multiview video streaming, Goran Petrovic, Luat Do, Sveta Zinger, Peter H. N. de With, Technische Univ. Eindhoven (Netherlands) [7524‑38]

2:30 pm: Electronic realization of coarse integral volumetric imaging with wide viewing angle, Hideki Kakeya, Tomoya Kurokawa, Yuichiro Mano, Univ. of Tsukuba (Japan) [7524‑39]

Coffee Break Wed. 2:50 to 3:20 pm

SESSION 10
2D to 3D Conversion and Depth Mapping
Session Chair: Samuel Z. Zhou, IMAX Corp. (Canada)
Wed. 3:20 to 4:20 pm

3:20 pm: 2D-to-3D conversion using visual attention analysis, Jiwon Kim, Yong Ju Jung, Aron Baik, Young Ju Jeong, Dusik Park, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (Korea, Republic of) [7524‑40]

3:40 pm: An automatic no-reference and provably necessary and sufficient metric for video frame and stereo view interpolation, Vikas Ramachandra, Truong Nguyen, Univ. of California, San Diego (United States) [7524‑41]

4:00 pm: Improving depth maps by little human assistance, Rene B. M. Klein Gunnewiek, Patrick Vandewalle, Philips Research Nederland B.V. (Netherlands) [7524‑42]

Session Break Wed. 4:20 to 4:30 pm

SESSION 11
Stereoscopic Human Factors
Session Chair: John O. Merritt, The Merritt Group
Wed. 4:30 to 5:30 pm

4:30 pm: Monocular zones in stereoscopic scenes: a useful source of information for human binocular vision?, Julie M. Harris, Univ. of St. Andrews (United Kingdom) [7524‑33]

4:50 pm: The influence of autostereoscopic 3D displays on subsequent task performance, Marcus Barkowsky, Patrick Le Callet, Univ. de Nantes (France) [7524‑34]

5:10 pm: Eliminating accommodation-convergence conflicts in stereoscopic displays: multiple-focal-plane displays can elicit continuous and consistent vergence and accommodation responses, Kevin J. MacKenzie, Simon J. Watt, Bangor Univ. (United Kingdom) [7524‑35]


SD&A Closing Remarks Wed. 5:30 to 5:40 pm

Electronic Imaging All-Conference Reception
Includes "3D Gaming Experience"
Wed. 7:30 to 9:30 pm


Changes from original program:
Details added for Discussion forums 1 and 2
Discussion Forum 2 moved to Wednesday 11am
Session "Stereoscopic Human Factors" moved to Wednesday 4:30pm
Papers 33,34,35 moved to Wednesday 4:30pm, 4:50pm, 5:10pm.
Cancelled: [7524-30]
Moved: [7524-59] to session 8.

 




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Timetable:
 17-21 January 2010: Electronic Imaging 2010
    Sunday 17 January 2010: Stereoscopic Display Application Issues Short Course
    Monday 18 January 2010: SD&A Conference DAY1 - Technical Papers, Digital 3D Entertainment Session, 3D Theatre, SD&A 21st Anniversary Dinner.
    Tuesday 19 January 2010: SD&A Conference DAY2 - Technical Papers, Keynote Presentation, Demonstration Session, 3D Phantogram Exhibit, and EI2010 Exhibition
    Wednesday 20 January 2010: SD&A Conference DAY3 - Technical Papers, two Discussion Forums, 3D Phantogram Exhibit, , Reception (including 3D Gaming demo)
    Thursday 21 January 2010: other Electronic Imaging conferences including The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality


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