American Journal of Applied Sciences

A NEW PROCEDURE FOR 2D TO 3D CONVERSION USING DEPTH ARRAY CONVERSION

M. Kavitha and E. Kannan

DOI : 10.3844/ajassp.2014.694.699

American Journal of Applied Sciences

Volume 11, Issue 4

Pages 694-699

Abstract

Entertainment in the real world becomes a popular era and it is long lasting for several decades. The major advancement in television as well as in projection leads to highest quality in terms of realistic pictures, images and movies. Various researchers and research forums are under the development of stereoscopic conversion of 2D program material into 3D realistic. Due to less availability of 3D videoscopic displays, we proposed a new methodology to convert 2D array of video sequence into stereoscopic 3D.The proposed methodology focuses on depth array conversion of back grounds from the 2D video and subtracting the active objects in each scenes at every frames, this yields to obtain the depth information from the video which requires heavy computation in real time, which was achieved by Cryengine with AMD QUADCORE A6 CPU, as well with Radeon graphics. Experimental results shows that 3D recognition rate of a single image in the 2D video sequence is up to 78% and display rate of the particular sequence are at 29 frames per second. Experimental results has been included and 3D display rate for the converted sequence is up to 92% accuracy and frame rates be 32 frames per second for FULL HD (1080 p).

Copyright

© 2014 M. Kavitha and E. Kannan. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.