UC San Diego researchers have invented a method for motion vector correction for motion-compensated frame interpolation for 120Hz LCD display, enhanced video decoders, as well as any applications that requires frame rate conversion. The method accomplishes the concept of object motion without complex motion estimation and can eliminate blocking artifact using smaller block size. Moreover, this invention outperforms other conventional methods on both objective and subjective video quality.
|United States Of America||Issued Patent||8,605,786||12/10/2013||2007-150|
image processing, motion estimation, frame rate conversion, compression, motion vector processing, 120Hz LCD