The database contains stereoscopic images with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. Various indoor and outdoor scenes with a large variety of colors, textures, and depth structures have been captured. Each of the scenes has been captured with different camera distances in the range 10-50 cm. Since the acquisition was done in a sequential way the content of a single scene may vary slightly across the different camera distance. However, the general 2D (color, texture, motion) and 3D (depth) characteristics are preserved. The database contains 10 scenes, shown in the figure below, with difference characteristics.
Database in ZIP archives, password protected, password upon request Lutz Goldmann (email@example.com). Links: Captured left and right images: Individual Images stored as JPG files https://ltslinux18.epfl.ch/~goldmann/3diqa/LeftImages.zip https://ltslinux18.epfl.ch/~goldmann/3diqa/RightImages.zip Processed stereo images: LR image pairs stored as single PNG files https://ltslinux18.epfl.ch/~goldmann/3diqa/ProcessedImages.zip Raw subjective quality scores: List of 54 images and the 54x17 score matrix as CSV files http://ltslinux18.epfl.ch/~goldmann/3diqa/RawScores.zip Mean opinion scores and confidence intervals: 54x1 mean opinion score and confidence intervals as CSV file http://ltslinux18.epfl.ch/~goldmann/3diqa/MosCi.zip
References and Citation
If you use this database in your research we kindly ask you to reference this website and the paper below [GDE10].
GDE10b: Lutz Goldmann, Francesca De Simone, Touradj Ebrahimi: "Impact of Acquisition Distortions on the Quality of Stereoscopic Images", 5th International Workshop on Video Processing and Quality Metrics for Consumer Electronics (VPQM), Scottsdale, USA, 2010.