Proceedings of 7th International Symposium on Visual Computing ISVC'11
We present a new video mode for television sets that we refer to as display pixel caching (DPC). It fills empty borders with spatially
and temporally consistent information while preserving the original video
format. Unlike related video modes, such as stretching, zooming, and
video retargeting, DPC does not scale or stretch individual frames. Instead, it merges the motion information from many subsequent frames to
generate screen-filling panoramas in a consistent manner. In contrast to
state-of-the-art video mosaicing, DPC achieves real-time rates for highresolution video content while processing more complex motion patterns
fully automatically. We compare DPC to related video modes in the context of a user evaluation.