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Effects of noise and blur on depth impression and overall image quality in 3-DTV

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Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
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Microsoft Word - Eindverslag 20070413.doc Effects of noise and blur on Depth impression and overall image quality in 3-DTV F.L. van Vugt S463057 i Effects of noise and blur on depth impression and overall image quality in 3-DTV F.L. van Vugt S463057 Master’s thesis June 2006 Graduation committee: Dr. W.A. IJsselsteijn Department of Technology Management Dr. Ir. L.M.J. Meesters Department of Technology Management Prof. Dr. Ir. I. Heynderickx Philips Research Natlab, TU Delft Eindhoven University of Technology – Department of Technology Management Educational Program Technical Innovation Science Master’s Program Human Technology Interaction ii Preface I have worked for twelve years on the Overseas-TV-laboratory at Philips in Eindhoven where we were dealing with product-design of TV-sets. The term ‘picture quality’ or ‘image quality’ frequently popped up during these design activities. Generally it concerned physical image quality problems like colour purity, convergence problems, ringing phenomena and non-linearity. At each development stage of a new TV-set, be it in the prototype stage, the hand-made models stage, or in the pilot series, these aspects always returned. More often than not it was found that these quality problems could be assigned either to problems in the combination picture tube with deflection system, or to the imperfections in the electronic circuits which had to drive the picture tube system. We measured these imperfections always in a physical way, sometimes on our knees in front of the tube with help of small rulers or sometimes with a microscope when the landing of the electron beam on the phosphor dots had to be checked. In all these cases the imperfections were expressed in numbers or proportions of physical quantities and we never used statis

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