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IVY LAB Stereoscopic video dataset
The test sequences provided below are part of test video database to evaluate Visual Comfort Assessment Metric based on Salient Object Motion Information in Stereoscopic Video. A total of 36 natural scenes were captured using a 3D digital camera with dual lenses (Fujifilm FinePix 3D W3). The stereoscopic videos have various movement velocities for each of three motion directions (horizontal, vertical, and depth directions). In order to exclude the effect of excessive binocular disparity on perceived visual discomfort, maximum binocular disparities of all stereoscopic videos were distributed within comfortable zone, known as 1 of disparity in previous scientific literature. In addition to this test database, we used well known MPEG 3D videos test set.

 

*  Examples of horizontal motion video sequence

n  Example of slow motion

l  Descriptions

-        Moving object: one person

-        Maximum disparity: 0.66 (degree)

-        Motion velocity in horizontal direction: 3.41 (degree/second)

l  Sample frames
     

l  To download the full video sequence, please click here

n  Example of fast motion

l  Descriptions

-        Moving object: one red glove

-        Maximum disparity: 0.95 (degree)

-        Motion velocity in horizontal direction: 25.55 (degree/second)

l  Sample frames
  

l  To download the full video sequence, please click here

 

*  Examples of vertical motion video sequence

n  Example of slow motion

l  Descriptions

-        Moving object: one person, one volley ball

-        Maximum disparity: 0.38 (degree)

-        Motion velocity in vertical direction: 3.79 (degree/second)

l  Sample frames
  

l  To download the full video sequence, please click here

n  Example of fast motion

l  Descriptions

-        Moving object: one tennis ball

-        Maximum disparity: 1.00 (degree)

-        Motion velocity in vertical direction: 30.82 (degree/second)

l  Sample frames
  

l  To download the full video sequence, please click here 

 

*  Examples of depth motion video sequence

n  Example of slow motion

l  Descriptions

-        Moving object: one person

-        Maximum disparity: 0.05 (degree)

-        Motion velocity in depth direction: 0.05 (degree/second)

l  Sample frames
   

l  To download the full video sequence, please click here

n  Example of fast motion

l  Descriptions

-        Moving object: three gloves with different velocities

-        Maximum disparity: 0.53 (degree)

-        Maximum motion velocity in depth direction: 2.02 (degree/second)

l  Sample frames
  

l  To download the full video sequence, please click here

 

*  Examples of composite motion video sequence

n  Example 1

l  Descriptions

-        Moving object: one volley ball

-        Maximum disparity: 0.75 (degree)

-        Motion type: horizontal motion and depth motion

-        Motion velocity: (7.61, 5.01, 0.67) for horizontal, vertical, and depth motions

l  Sample frames
  

l  To download the full video sequence, please click here

n  Example 2

l  Descriptions

-        Moving object: one person

-        Maximum disparity: 0.34 (degree)

-        Motion type: vertical motion and depth motion

-        Motion velocity: (0.60, 8.24, 0.40) for horizontal, vertical, and depth motions

l  Sample frames
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l  To download the full video sequence, please click here

 

*  All video sequences

n  All video sequences including above all examples are created in below format.

l  Format details

-        resolution : 1280x720 pixels

-        frame rate : 24 fps

-        number of images : 240

-        video codec format : xvid MPEG-4 codec

n  To download the detailed descriptions of all test videos, please click here

n  To download each test video, please click the number below.

1+ (click), 2 (click), 3 (click), 4 (click), 5 (click), 6 (click), 7 (click), 8 (click), 9 (click), 10 (click), 11 (click), 12 (click), 13 (click), 14 (click), 15 (click), 16 (click), 17 (click), 18 (click), 19 (click), 20 (click), 21+ (click), 22+ (click), 23 (click), 24 (click), 25 (click), 26 (click), 27 (click), 28 (click), 29 (click), 30 (click), 31 (click), 32 (click), 33 (click), 34 (click), 35 (click), 36 (click), 37 (click), 38 (click), 39 (click), 40+ (click)

 

+ The contents that have the content index of 1, 21, 22 and 40 are picked up from MPEG 3D video test sequences.

* Notably, for horizontal and vertical motions, motion velocity is represented by the unit of degree/s, which measures the average change in visual angle. The velocity of depth motion is represented by the unit of degree/s, however, which measures the average change in angular disparity.

 

 

Image and Video Systems Lab
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Daejeon, Korea

Contact: ymro@kaist.ac.kr