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Guest Editorial Special Issue on 3D-TV Horizon: Contents, Systems, and Visual Perception

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5 Author(s)
Liang Zhang ; Commun. Res. Center Canada (CRC), Ottawa, ON, Canada ; Daly, S. ; Grau, O. ; Namho Hur
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Despite initial skepticism, there is a growing consensus that the broadcast industry needs to seriously consider the pros and cons of providing services for three-dimensional television (3D-TV). In addition to the two-dimensional visual cues of perspective, size, shading, texture, blur, etc., that are offered by standard television images, 3D-TV will provide stereoscopic depth information in the form of disparity signals from paired images for both stereoscopic and multiview autostereoscopic display systems.

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Broadcasting, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 2 )