Fiocco, Christian (2010) Multi-view video (MVV) satellite transmission scenario and commercial analysis for 3D/FTV systems. [Laurea specialistica biennale]
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Communications and in particular video communications have ever arouse interest of people. In last years the 3D technology is gain grown after a period in which excessive costs and difficulties in the implementation have broken its development. Now, 3D is a reality in cinemas and ever more films or live events are shooted or created thinking to present them in this way. Thanks to its success, it is predictable to think that 3D could be gladly received also in a home environment, changing the way to watch TV by people. So, exploiting the cinema experience, tecniques to efficently shoot, codify, transmit and display 3D contents are under study and improvement. The positive impact that 3D is having today, could pave the way to a future introduction of Multi-View Video (MVV) technology. MVV, in the begin thinked as an extension of the 3D with more than two views, surely can open a very wide field of possible immersive applications. At the moment there are many technical obstacles for the implementation of such a technology. Particular equipments and devices are needed, cost for end users is too high, so for the moment MVV is yet far. But surely, if realized, MVV can change the whole way to live videocommunications.
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