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Vinod Kumar Malamal Vadakital


The MPEG immersive video standard (MIV) is one among a suite of MPEG-I standards which is focused on the coded representation of immersive media. MIV started as an exploration activity after the standardization of the Omnidirectional Media Format (OMAF) version 1. The mandate was to investigate coded immersive video representations that allow for more than a simple three degrees of freedom (3DoF) visual interaction, allowing viewers some amount of head translation motion; in other words, allowing for six degrees of freedom (6DoF) visual interaction.

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