Declipse format is an advanced extension of 2D-plus-Depth format. It is used to create a true look-around effect and improve the overall visual quality of a 3D picture.
While using 2D-plus-depth format allows us to create a stunning depth perseption of an object, an undesired effect sometimes is visible in the areas where a viewer should be able to see around the object. However, since only one picture is available, there is not enough information for the rendering algorithms to process the background of the image, and it is filled with the data from the surrounding areas. That results in a smearing of the background image around the edges of the object.
To solve this problem and create a sharper picture, Declipse format is used. With Declipse format, two additional planes are added to the original 2D image and its depth map – the background areas covered by the foreground object and their depth map. By combining the information from four planes, the rendering algorithms can fill the uncovered areas which were previousely occluded by foreground objects in the image thus creating a true look around 3D effect on the screen.
Left and right views of the same picture. The red area shows the missing background information.
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