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June 24th, 2021|

The following journal article has been accepted to Electronics: Dang Ninh Tran, Hans-Jürgen Zepernick, and Thi My Chinh Chu, “Viewing Direction Based LSB Data Hiding in 360° Videos,” Electronics, vol. 10, no. 13, 1527, pp. [...]


June 17th, 2021|

The following journal article has been accepted to Computers: Yan Hu, Majed Elwardy, and Hans-Jürgen Zepernick, “On the Effect of Standing and Seated Viewing of 360o Videos on Subjective Quality Assessment: A Pilot Study”.


June 17th, 2021|

Viktor Kelkkanen will defend his Licentiate dissertation “Remote Rendering for VR” on 2021-06-22. More information can be found under https://www.bth.se/events/viktor-kelkkanens-licentiatseminarium/

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