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Yang, Seungjoon
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Crosstalk Characterization Method for Stereoscopic Three-dimensional Television

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Title
Crosstalk Characterization Method for Stereoscopic Three-dimensional Television
Author
Kwak, YoungshinLee, SooyeonYang, Seungjoon
Keywords
3D television; crosstalk; crosstalk characterization; stereoscopic display
Issue Date
201211
Publisher
IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
Citation
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, v.58, no.4, pp.1411 - 1415
Abstract
A crosstalk characterization model is proposed that shows the relationship between colors with and without crosstalk by using CIE tristimulus values. The proposed model is based on the 3D color measurement results of two different stereoscopic 3D televisions with shutter glasses, namely, a PDP and an LCD. The PDP exhibits a significant dependence of crosstalk on channel and tristimulus values, meaning that different channels and wavelengths result in different degrees of crosstalk, while the LCD exhibits little channel or wavelength dependence. Moreover, for PDP, the proportion of leaked light increases as the luminance of the opposite view decreases. In spite of different crosstalk characteristics, both PDP and LCD show similar performance resulting in 1.5 Delta E*(ab) and 1.9 Delta E*(ab) average color difference between the measured and the predicted. The proposed model could be used to develop a better crosstalk metric or a crosstalk cancellation algorithm by more accurately predicting colors including crosstalk.(1)
URI
http://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/2408
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TCE.2012.6415014
ISSN
0098-3063
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