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@article{2fbdaee05b55439492e11d3725056fed,
title = "Speckle disturbance limit in laser-based cinema projection systems",
abstract = "In a multi-disciplinary effort, we investigate the level of speckle that can be tolerated in a laser cinema projector based on a quality of experience experiment with movie clips shown to a test audience in a real-life movie theatre setting. We identify a speckle disturbance threshold by statistically analyzing the observers' responses for different values of the amount of speckle, which was monitored using a well-defined speckle measurement method. The analysis shows that the speckle perception of a human observer is not only dependent on the objectively measured amount of speckle, but it is also strongly influenced by the image content. The speckle disturbance limit for movies turns out to be substantially larger than that for still images, and hence is easier to attain.",
keywords = "PERCEPTION; REDUCTION",
author = "Guy Verschaffelt and Stijn Roelandt and Youri Meuret and {Van den Broeck}, Wendy and Katriina Kilpi and Bram Lievens and An Jacobs and Peter Janssens and Hugo Thienpont",
year = "2015",
month = "9",
day = "15",
doi = "10.1038/srep14105",
language = "English",
volume = "5",
journal = "Scientific Reports",
issn = "2045-2322",
publisher = "Nature Publishing Group",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Speckle disturbance limit in laser-based cinema projection systems

AU - Verschaffelt, Guy

AU - Roelandt, Stijn

AU - Meuret, Youri

AU - Van den Broeck, Wendy

AU - Kilpi, Katriina

AU - Lievens, Bram

AU - Jacobs, An

AU - Janssens, Peter

AU - Thienpont, Hugo

PY - 2015/9/15

Y1 - 2015/9/15

N2 - In a multi-disciplinary effort, we investigate the level of speckle that can be tolerated in a laser cinema projector based on a quality of experience experiment with movie clips shown to a test audience in a real-life movie theatre setting. We identify a speckle disturbance threshold by statistically analyzing the observers' responses for different values of the amount of speckle, which was monitored using a well-defined speckle measurement method. The analysis shows that the speckle perception of a human observer is not only dependent on the objectively measured amount of speckle, but it is also strongly influenced by the image content. The speckle disturbance limit for movies turns out to be substantially larger than that for still images, and hence is easier to attain.

AB - In a multi-disciplinary effort, we investigate the level of speckle that can be tolerated in a laser cinema projector based on a quality of experience experiment with movie clips shown to a test audience in a real-life movie theatre setting. We identify a speckle disturbance threshold by statistically analyzing the observers' responses for different values of the amount of speckle, which was monitored using a well-defined speckle measurement method. The analysis shows that the speckle perception of a human observer is not only dependent on the objectively measured amount of speckle, but it is also strongly influenced by the image content. The speckle disturbance limit for movies turns out to be substantially larger than that for still images, and hence is easier to attain.

KW - PERCEPTION; REDUCTION

U2 - 10.1038/srep14105

DO - 10.1038/srep14105

M3 - Article

VL - 5

JO - Scientific Reports

JF - Scientific Reports

SN - 2045-2322

M1 - 14105

ER -

ID: 14800378