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Display Software

Tuesday, 26 July, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm, Anaheim Convention Center, Ballroom D
Session Chair: Wolfgang Heidrich, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, The University of British Columbia

Emulating Displays With Continuously Varying Frame Rates

The choice of frame rate significantly affects film appearance and is an important story-telling tool, but control over frame rate is very limited. This paper shows how to emulate continuously varying frame rates on an ordinary display and how to use them to automatically adjust the look of a film.

Krzysztof Templin
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik

Piotr Didyk
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik and Universität des Saarlandes, MMCI

Karol Myszkowski
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik

Hans-Peter Seidel
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik

GazeStereo3D: Seamless Disparity Manipulations

A perceptual model for visibility of disparity transitions and its application in combination with eye tracking to enhance the comfort and depth reproduction of stereoscopic 3D exactly where the user is looking.

Petr Kellnhofer
MIT CSAIL, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik

Piotr Didyk
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik and Universität des Saarlandes, MMCI

Karol Myszkowski
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik

Mohamed M. Hefeeda
QCRI

Hans-Peter Seidel
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik

Wojciech Matusik
MIT CSAIL

Binary-Continuous Image Decomposition for Multi-View Display

A new active-shutter, multi-view display system. The conventional LCD shutter is based on a 0-1 (open-close) state, but this proposed LCD shutter provides continuous intermediate transmittance, which reduces flicker and quantization errors.

Gou Koutaki
Kumamoto University

Seamless Visual Sharing with Color-Vision Deficiencies

By allocating two visual experiences of ordinary stereoscopic display to different audiences, this method accomplishes visual sharing between color-vision deficiencies and normal-vision audiences. By wearing the stereoscopic glasses, color-vision-deficient viewers identify originally indistinguishable colors. Without the stereoscopic glasses, normal-vision viewers see the original colors simultaneously.

Wuyao Shen
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Xiangyu Mao
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Xinghong Hu
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Tien-Tsin Wong
The Chinese University of Hong Kong