C. Jang, D.-S. Ryu, T. Yoon, and H.-G. Cho (Korea)
Overlapping layout, photo vizualization, identical photo, photo clustering
In this paper, we propose space-efﬁcient layout method to
show abundant photo set which includes redundant and low
quality photos. Since digital camera takes no additional
cost to take more photos and even multiple cameras are
usually used at the same event, the number of photos also
increases. They contain many identical photos which preventing user to catch contents of entire photos at a glance.
To set suitable position of photos, we relocate photos from
a photo set derived from clustering method or raw photo
sequence from cameras. Near identical photos are over
lapped to save display space and perceptive arrangement
is conducted for users. Temporal interval and spatial relevance between photos determine horizontal distance on
layout. Also, a vertical location of photo can be used to
represent quality of the photo. Our method can help user to
grasp the immanent meaning of the photo contents, easily.
It saves window space and enhances browsing and read
ability of photos.