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Super-Resolution Stereo- and Multi-View Synthesis from Monocular Video Sequences

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3 Author(s)
Sebastian Knorr ; Technische Universitt Berlin, Germany ; Matthias Kunter ; Thomas Sikora

This paper presents a new approach for generation of super-resolution stereoscopic and multi-view video from monocular video. Such multi-view video is used for instance with multi-user 3D displays or auto-stereoscopic displays with head-tracking to create a depth impression of the observed scenery. Our approach is an extension of the realistic stereo view synthesis (RSVS) approach which is based on structure from motion techniques and image-based rendering to generate the desired stereoscopic views for each point in time. The extension relies on an additional super- resolution mode which utilizes a number of frames of the original video sequence to generate a virtual stereo frame with higher resolution. The algorithm is tested on several TV broadcast videos, as well as on sequences captured with a single handheld camera and sequences from the well known BBC documentation "Planet Earth". Finally, some simulation results will show that RSVS is quite suitable for super-resolution 2D-3D conversion.

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3-D Digital Imaging and Modeling, 2007. 3DIM '07. Sixth International Conference on

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21-23 Aug. 2007