Optimized Frame Structure for Interactive Light Field Streaming With Cooperative Caching

Light field is a large set of spatially correlated images of the same static scene captured using a 2D array of closely spaced cameras. Interactive light field streaming is the application where a client continuously requests successive light field images along a view trajectory of her choosing, and in response the server transmits appropriate data for the client to correctly reconstruct desired images. The technical challenge is how to encode captured light field images into a reasonably sized frame structure a priori (without knowing eventual clients' view trajectories), so that during streaming session, expected server transmission rate can be minimized, while satisfying client's view requests.

Provided by: Seoul metropolitan government Topic: Mobility Date Added: Mar 2011 Format: PDF

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