Description - 3D Videocommunication by Oliver Schreer
With contributions from the leading experts in the field this book is the first to give a complete overview of 3D video technology. * Brings together information from the video coding, signal processing, computer graphics and computer vision communities, giving the book multi-disciplinary appeal. * Provides a complete overview of existing systems and technologies in 3D video communications and provides guidance on future trends and research. * Focuses on the current state-of-the-art and highlights the directions in which the technology is likely to move.
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Author Biography - Oliver Schreer
Dr Oliver Schreer, Heinrich-Hertz-Institute, & TU Berlin, Germany Oliver Schreer is Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Technical University Berlin. He lectures on Image Processing in Videocommunications and is a regular guest editor for the IEEE Transactions on Circuits, Systems and Video Technology. Dr Peter Kauff, Heinrich-Hertz-Institute, Berlin, Germany Peter Kauff is the head of the "Immersive Media & 3D Video" Group at Heinrich-Hertz-Institute (HHI), Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Berlin. He has been involved in numerous German and European projects related to digital HDTV signal processing and coding, interactive MPEG-4-based services, and advanced 3D video processing for immersive tele-presence and immersive media. Professor Dr Thomas Sikora, Head of the Communication Systems Group, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin As the chairman of the ISO-MPEG video group (Moving Picture Experts Group), Dr Sikora was responsible for the development and standardization of the MPEG video coding algorithms. He frequently works as an industry consultant on issues related to interactive digital video. He is an appointed member of the Supervisory board of a number of German companies and international research organizations. He is an Associate Editor for IEEE Signal Processing Magazine and the EURASIP Signal Processing: Image Communication journal and currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology.