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IEEE 3333.1.4-2022

IEEE Approved Draft Recommended Practice for the Quality Assessment of Light Field Imaging

This recommended practice establishes methods of quality assessment of Light Field imaging based on psychophysical studies. It also defines metrics for the quality assessment and establishes criteria for subjective assessment of Light Field imaging, including human factors and judgments, and identifies and quantifies quality degradation including the impact of visual contents, camera settings, compression distortion, interpolation distortion by intermediate view rendering, and structural distortion. The recommended practice addresses a series of visual phenomena that can degrade visualization specifically for Light Field imaging. Visual environment characteristics and viewing conditions are also part of the scope of the recommended practice, including viewing distance, viewer position, viewing freedom, and display characteristics.

Standards Committee
C/SAB - Standards Activities Board
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2022-03-24
Board Approval
2022-11-08

Working Group Details

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IEEE Computer Society
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Standards Committee
C/SAB - Standards Activities Board
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Working Group
P3333.1.4_WG - Human factors for the Quality Assessment of Light Field Imaging Working Group
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Soo Kim
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Working Group Chair
Maria Martini

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