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Testing QoE in Different 3D HDTV Technologies

SLANINA, M. KRATOCHVÍL, T. BOLEČEK, L. ŘÍČNÝ, V. KALLER, O. POLÁK, L.

Original Title

Testing QoE in Different 3D HDTV Technologies

English Title

Testing QoE in Different 3D HDTV Technologies

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

The three dimensional (3D) display technology has started flooding the consumer television market. There is a number of different systems available with different marketing strategies and different advertised advantages. The main goal of the experiment described in this paper is to compare the systems in terms of achievable Quality of Experience (QoE) in different situations. The display systems considered are the liquid crystal display using polarized light and passive lightweight glasses for the separation of the left- and right-eye images, a plasma display with time multiplexed images and active shutter glasses and a projection system with time multiplexed images and active shutter glasses. As no standardized test methodology has been defined for testing of stereoscopic systems, we develop our own approach to testing different aspects of QoE on different systems without reference using semantic differential scales. We present an analysis of scores with respect to different phenomena under study and define which of the tested aspects can really express a difference in the performance of the considered display technologies.

English abstract

The three dimensional (3D) display technology has started flooding the consumer television market. There is a number of different systems available with different marketing strategies and different advertised advantages. The main goal of the experiment described in this paper is to compare the systems in terms of achievable Quality of Experience (QoE) in different situations. The display systems considered are the liquid crystal display using polarized light and passive lightweight glasses for the separation of the left- and right-eye images, a plasma display with time multiplexed images and active shutter glasses and a projection system with time multiplexed images and active shutter glasses. As no standardized test methodology has been defined for testing of stereoscopic systems, we develop our own approach to testing different aspects of QoE on different systems without reference using semantic differential scales. We present an analysis of scores with respect to different phenomena under study and define which of the tested aspects can really express a difference in the performance of the considered display technologies.

Keywords

3D, stereoscopic display, Quality of Experience, subjective test, reference-free methodology.

RIV year

2012

Released

01.04.2012

Pages from

445

Pages to

454

Pages count

10

BibTex


@article{BUT90333,
  author="Martin {Slanina} and Tomáš {Kratochvíl} and Libor {Boleček} and Václav {Říčný} and Ondřej {Kaller} and Ladislav {Polák}",
  title="Testing QoE in Different 3D HDTV Technologies",
  annote="The three dimensional (3D) display technology has started flooding the consumer television market. There is a number of different systems available with different marketing strategies and different advertised advantages. The main goal of the experiment described in this paper is to compare the systems in terms of achievable Quality of Experience (QoE) in different situations. The display systems considered are the liquid crystal display using polarized light and passive lightweight glasses for the separation of the left- and right-eye images, a plasma display with time multiplexed images and active shutter glasses and a projection system with time multiplexed images and active shutter glasses. As no standardized test methodology has been defined for testing of stereoscopic systems, we develop our own approach to testing different aspects of QoE on different systems without reference using semantic differential scales. We present an analysis of scores with respect to different phenomena under study and define which of the tested aspects can really express a difference in the performance of the considered display technologies.",
  chapter="90333",
  number="1",
  volume="21",
  year="2012",
  month="april",
  pages="445--454",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}