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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

International Initiatives

Inria International Labs

EPFL-Inria: Associate Team involved in the International Lab: Graph-based Omnidirectional video Processing (GOP)

Due to new camera types, the format of the video data has become more complex than simple 2D images or videos as it was the case a few years ago. In particular, the omnidirectional cameras provide pixels on a whole sphere around a center point and enable a vision in 360°. In addition to the fact that the data size explodes with such cameras, the inherent structure of the acquired signal fundamentally differs from the 2D images, which makes the traditional video codec obsolete. In parallel of that, an important effort of research has been led recently, especially at EPFL, to develop new processing tools for signals lying on irregular structures (graphs). It enables in particular to build efficient coding tools for new types of signals. During this project, we study how graphs can be built for defining a suitable structure on one or several 360 videos and then used for compression.

Inria International Partners

Informal International Partners

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