- Shannon Chen and Klara Nahrstedt, “Impact of Morphing-based Frame Synthesis on Bandwidth Optimization for 3DTI Video”, Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM), Anaheim, California USA, Dec. 2013
- Shannon Chen, Pengye Xia, and Klara Nahrstedt, “Activity-Aware Adaptive Compression: A Morphing-based Frame Synthesis Application in 3DTI”, Proc. ACM Multimedia (MM), Barcelona, Spain, Oct. 2013 [Winner of Huawei/3D Life Grand Challenge 2013]
- Shannon Chen and Klara Nahrstedt, “Activity-based Synthesized Frame Generation in 3DTI Video”, Proc. IEEE International Conference of Multimedia and Expo (ICME), San Jose, California USA, Jul. 2013 [Best Paper Nominee]
Resource, content, and satisfaction are the three intertwined factors in adaptation. Depending on the type of activity users are conducting in the 3DTI environment, the required computational resource can be very different in order to sustain the same perceptual satisfaction. We propose a morphing-based frame synthesis compression which contains different versions that are tailored to online/offline delivery and user activities with varying motion intensities. Via subjective user studies, we are able to find the equilibrium that balance between cost and quality of the compression.