KR20110062983A - Display apparatus for displaying gui which sets adjustment element for 3 dimensional effect of 3d image and method for providing graphic user interface applied to the same - Google Patents

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KR20110062983A
KR20110062983A KR20090119891A KR20090119891A KR20110062983A KR 20110062983 A KR20110062983 A KR 20110062983A KR 20090119891 A KR20090119891 A KR 20090119891A KR 20090119891 A KR20090119891 A KR 20090119891A KR 20110062983 A KR20110062983 A KR 20110062983A
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PURPOSE: A GUI supplying method which is applied to a display device is provided to control the stereoscopic of a three-dimensional image through the control of the depth of the three-dimensional image. CONSTITUTION: A three-dimensional TV displays GUI for three-dimensional effect control of a three-dimensional image on a screen(S620). The three-dimensional TV changes the location of objects within a left-eye image and a right-eye image through the image process of the left-eye image and the right-eye image through the generated GUI(S630, S640). The three-dimensional TV outputs the left-eye image and the right-eye image(S650).

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Display apparatus for displaying GUI which sets adjustment element for 3 dimensional effect of 3D image and method for providing graphic user interface applied to the same }

The present invention relates to a display apparatus and a method for providing a GUI applied thereto, and more particularly, to a display apparatus for outputting a 3D image of a method of alternately displaying a left eye image and a right eye image, and a method for providing a GUI applied thereto.

3D stereoscopic image technology has various applications such as information communication, broadcasting, medical, education and training, military, game, animation, virtual reality, CAD, industrial technology, etc. It is a core foundation technology of.

In general, the three-dimensional sense perceived by a person is caused by the degree of change in the thickness of the lens depending on the position of the object to be observed, the difference in angle between the two eyes and the object, the difference in the position and shape of the visible object in the left and right eyes, and the movement of the object. Lag and other effects such as various psychological and memory effects are produced in combination.

Among them, binocular disparity, which appears as the human eyes are positioned about 6 to 7 cm apart in the horizontal direction, can be said to be the most important factor of the three-dimensional effect. In other words, the binocular parallax makes us look at the angle with respect to the object, and because of this difference, the images coming into each eye have different images, and when these two images are transmitted to the brain through the retina, You can feel the original 3D stereoscopic image by fusion with each other exactly.

The 3D image display apparatus is classified into glasses type using special glasses and non-glass type not using special glasses. Eyeglass type is a color filter method that separates and selects images by using a color filter having a complementary color relationship, a polarization filter method that separates images of left and right eyes using a light shielding effect by a combination of orthogonal polarizing elements, and a left eye video signal and a right eye There is a shutter glass system that allows the user to feel a three-dimensional effect by alternately blocking the left and right eyes in response to a synchronization signal for projecting an image signal onto the screen.

The 3D image is composed of a left eye image recognized by the left eye and a right eye image recognized by the right eye. In addition, the 3D image display apparatus expresses a stereoscopic sense of an image by using a parallax between a left eye image and a right eye image.

On the other hand, the user may change various settings of the stereoscopic image for smooth viewing of the stereoscopic image. However, the existing method of changing the setting of the stereoscopic image uses a method of toggling the setting every time the remote control button is pressed, or displaying a menu related to the setting and allowing one to select one from the menu. Therefore, when changing the plurality of setting items, it was a great inconvenience for the user.

In particular, in the case of a 3D image, the stereoscopic sense of the 3D image may be controlled by adjusting the focus and depth of the 3D image. However, in order to control the three-dimensional effect, adjusting two elements of the three-dimensional effect is inconvenient for users who are not familiar with 3D image terms and techniques.

Therefore, when the user adjusts the 3D effect of the 3D image, a search for a method for easily and conveniently adjusting the 3D image of the 3D image is required.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the above problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide a graphical user interface (GUI) for setting a stereoscopic control element that combines elements of a 3D image to control the stereoscopic effect of a 3D image. The present invention provides a display device and a GUI providing method.

GUI providing method according to an embodiment of the present invention for achieving the above object, to display a GUI for setting the third element of the combination of the first element and the second element to be set to adjust the three-dimensional image of the 3D image And changing a left eye image and a right eye image constituting the 3D image to adjust a 3D image of the 3D image according to a third element set through the GUI.

The first element for adjusting the 3D effect is a depth of a 3D image, and the second element for adjusting the 3D effect is. Preferably, the focus is a 3D image.

The third element is preferably set in at least three stages.

The changing may include changing a plurality of left eye images and a plurality of right eye images input in real time in a playback state of the 3D image, or changing the paused left eye image and right eye image in a pause state of the 3D image. It is desirable to change.

The changing may include changing the distance between the position of the feature object present in the left eye image and the position of the specific object present in the right eye image according to the adjusted 3D when the three-dimensional effect is adjusted. It is preferable.

The method may further include providing a preview of the 3D image of which the stereoscopic effect is adjusted according to the third element set through the GUI.

On the other hand, the display device according to an embodiment of the present invention for achieving the above object, the GUI for setting the third element of the combination of the first element and the second element to be set to adjust the three-dimensional image of the 3D image And a controller configured to change the left eye image and the right eye image constituting the 3D image to adjust the 3D image of the 3D image according to the third element set through the GUI.

The first element for adjusting the 3D effect is a depth of a 3D image, and the second element for adjusting the 3D effect is. Preferably, the focus is a 3D image.

In addition, the GUI is preferably set in at least three steps.

The controller may be configured to change a plurality of left eye images and a plurality of right eye images input in real time in a playback state of the 3D image, or to change the paused left eye image and right eye image in a pause state of the 3D image. It is preferable to control as much as possible.

The controller may control the distance between the position of the feature object present in the left eye image and the position of the specific object present in the right eye image to be changed according to the adjusted 3D when the 3D effect is adjusted. It is preferable.

The controller may control to provide a preview of the 3D image in which the stereoscopic effect is adjusted, according to the third element set through the GUI.

According to various embodiments of the present disclosure, a display apparatus provides a GUI including one element for adjusting a stereoscopic effect of a 3D image. Therefore, by using this GUI, the user can more easily and conveniently adjust the 3D effect of the 3D image.

Hereinafter, with reference to the drawings will be described the present invention in more detail.

1 is a diagram illustrating a 3D TV 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1, the 3D TV 100 may communicate with the 3D glasses 190.

The 3D TV 100 generates a left eye image and a right eye image and displays the alternating images, and the user alternately views the left and right eye images displayed on the 3D TV 100 to the left eye and the right eye using the 3D glasses 190. As a result, 3D stereoscopic video can be viewed.

In detail, the 3D TV 100 generates a left eye image and a right eye image, and alternately displays the generated left eye image and the right eye image on the screen at regular time intervals.

In addition, the 3D TV 100 generates a synchronization signal for the generated left eye image and right eye image and transmits them to the 3D glasses 190.

The 3D glasses 190 receive the synchronization signal transmitted from the 3D TV 100 and alternately open the left eye glass and the right eye glass in synchronization with the left eye image and the right eye image displayed on the 3D TV 100.

As such, using the 3D TV 100 and the 3D glasses 190 of FIG. 1, the user may watch a 3D image.

2 is a block diagram showing a detailed configuration of the 3D TV 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 2, the 3D TV 100 includes a broadcast receiver 110, an image inputter 120, an A / V processor 130, an audio outputter 140, an image outputter 150, and a controller ( 160, a storage unit 170, an operation unit 180, and an eyeglass signal transceiver 195.

The broadcast receiving unit 110 receives and demodulates a broadcast by wire or wireless from a broadcasting station or a satellite. In addition, the broadcast receiving unit 110 receives a 3D video signal including 3D video data.

The image input unit 120 is connected to an external device to receive an image. In particular, the image input unit 120 may receive 3D image data from an external device. The image input unit 120 may interface S-Video, component, composite, D-Sub, DVI, HDMI, and the like as an example.

Here, 3D image data means data including 3D image information. The 3D image data includes left eye image data and right eye image data in one data frame area. The types of 3D image data are classified according to the form including the left eye image data and the right eye image data.

Hereinafter, the format of 3D image data will be described with reference to FIG. 3. 3 is a diagram illustrating types of 3D image data according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The 3D image data of the Side By Side method 310 and the Tom & Bottom method 320 of FIG. 3 is a 3D image including left eye image data and right eye image data by a split method. Data.

The left-right division scheme 310 refers to a form in which the left-eye image data and the right-eye image data are included in the left-data area and the right-data area of the frame data area divided into left and right, respectively. That is, as shown in FIG. 3, the 3D image data of the left and right division method 310 divides one frame data area from side to side, and includes left eye image data in the left-data area, and in the right-data area. Right eye image data is included.

The up-and-down partitioning method 320 refers to a form in which the left-eye image data and the right-eye image data are included in the upper-data area and the lower-data area of the frame data area divided up and down, respectively. That is, as shown in FIG. 3, one frame data area is divided up and down in the 3D image data of the vertical division method 320, the left eye image data is included in the upper-data area, and the lower-data area is included in the lower-data area. Right eye image data is included.

The 3D image data of the horizontal interleaved method 340, the vertical interleaved method 350, and the checker board method 360 of FIG. 3 is left-eye imaged by an interleave method. 3D image data including data and right eye image data

The horizontal interleaving method 340 refers to a form in which left eye image data and right eye image data are alternately arranged in pixel rows. In addition, the vertical interleave method 350 refers to a form in which left eye image data and right eye image data are alternately arranged in pixel columns. The checker board method 360 refers to a form in which the left eye image data and the right eye image data are alternately arranged in a pixel unit or a square block unit including a plurality of pixels.

As described above, the 3D image data has a form including left eye image data and right eye image data in one frame data area, or a form including 2D image data and depth data. This is to implement 3D video transmission using the data format for transmitting 2D video as it is.

Referring to FIG. 2 again, the A / V processor 130 may perform signal processing such as video decoding, video scaling, and audio decoding on video signals and audio signals input from the broadcast receiver 110 and the video input unit 120. Perform GUI creation.

On the other hand, when storing the input image and the audio signal in the storage unit 170, the A / V processing unit 130 compresses the input image and the audio in order to store the input voice and the image in a compressed form.

As shown in FIG. 2, the A / V processor 130 includes a voice processor 132, an image processor 134, a 3D image implementer 136, and a GUI generator 138.

The voice processor 132 performs signal processing such as audio decoding on the input voice signal. The voice processor 132 outputs the processed voice signal to the voice output unit 140.

The image processor 134 performs signal processing such as video decoding and video scaling on the input image signal. When the 3D image data is input, the image processor 134 outputs the input 3D image data to the 3D image implementer 136.

The 3D image implementer 136 generates an interpolated left eye image and a right eye image using the input 3D image data. That is, the 3D image implementation unit 136 generates a left eye image and a right eye image to be displayed on a screen to implement a 3D stereoscopic image.

In detail, the 3D image implementing unit 136 separates left eye image data and right eye image data from the input 3D image data. Since the left eye image data and the right eye image data are included together in one frame data, the separated left eye image data and the right eye image data each have image data corresponding to half of the full screen size. Accordingly, the 3D image implementation unit 136 enlarges or interpolates the separated left eye image data and the right eye image data twice to generate a left eye image and a right eye image to be displayed on a screen having a size of one screen. The 3D image implementation unit 136 outputs the generated left eye image and the right eye image to the image output unit 150 to be alternately displayed.

The graphical user interface (GUI) generator 138 generates a GUI for environment setting of the 3D TV 100. In this case, the GUI includes an item for setting a 3D control element combining a depth and a focus of the 3D image in order to adjust the 3D effect of the 3D image.

Here, the three-dimensional control element is divided into three stages to combine the depth and the focus, and to adjust the three-dimensional image of the 3D image. The three steps here consist of Low, Standard, and High. Low refers to the stage where the three-dimensional effect is the lowest, high refers to the stage where the three-dimensional impression is the highest, and standard refers to the stage representing the three-dimensional effect between the low and the high. For example, the row may be set to a depth value of 0 and a focus value of 140, the high may be set to a depth value of 80 and a focus value of 100, and the standard may be set to a depth value of 40 and a focus value of 120. Can be. Here, the three-step set value is only an embodiment, and three steps may be configured by different setting values.

The voice output unit 140 outputs the voice transmitted from the A / V processing unit 130 to a speaker or the like.

The image output unit 150 outputs the image transmitted from the A / V processing unit 130 to be displayed on the screen. In particular, in the case of a 3D image, the image output unit 150 alternately outputs a left eye image and a right eye image to the screen.

The storage unit 170 stores the image received from the broadcast receiving unit 110 or the image input unit 120. The storage unit 170 may be implemented as a hard disk, a nonvolatile memory, or the like.

The manipulation unit 180 receives a user's manipulation and transmits the manipulation to the controller 160. The manipulation unit 180 may be implemented as a remote controller, a pointing device, a touch pad, a touch screen, or the like.

The spectacles signal transceiver 195 transmits a clock signal for alternately opening the left eye glasses and the right eye glasses of the 3D glasses 190. The 3D glasses 190 alternately open the left eye glass and the right eye glass according to the received clock signal. In addition, the glasses signal transceiver 195 receives state information and the like from the 3D glasses 190.

The controller 160 identifies a user command based on the user's manipulation contents transmitted from the manipulation unit 180, and controls the overall operation of the 3D TV 100 according to the identified user command.

If it is set to one of three steps of the stereoscopic control element of the 3D image through the GUI generated by the GUI generator 138, the controller 160 corresponds to the step of setting the left eye image and the right eye image constituting the 3D image. Control to change. That is, when the value of the 3D control element is set to high through the user's manipulation, the controller 160 controls the depth value of the left eye image and the right eye image constituting the 3D image to be changed to 80 and the focus value to 100.

In addition, when the 3D image control element of the 3D image is set to one of three stages, the controller 160 controls to change the plurality of left eye images and the plurality of right eye images that are input in real time in the playback state of the 3D image, The left eye image and the right eye image are controlled to be changed while the 3D image is paused.

In addition, when the 3D image control element of the 3D image is set to one of three stages, the controller 160 may determine the distance between the position of the specific object present in the left eye image and the position of the specific object present in the right eye image on the screen. Control to change according to the three-dimensional effect of the set step.

In addition, the controller 160 may control to provide a preview of the 3D-adjusted 3D image according to the 3D control element set through the GUI. In detail, when the 3D control element is set through the GUI, the controller 160 controls to generate the left eye image and the right eye image of the 3D image corresponding to the set step, and alternately outputs the generated left eye image and the right eye image. To control. In this case, the generated left eye image and right eye image may be images of a smaller size than an image of a full screen size.

4 to 5B, a method for controlling stereoscopic 3D image will be described.

4 is a diagram illustrating a GUI including an element for controlling a stereoscopic effect according to an embodiment of the present invention.

When the 3D image is received and a command for adjusting the 3D effect is input from the user, the GUI is displayed on the screen as shown in FIG. Generally, in order to adjust the 3D effect of the 3D image, the focus control and the depth control should be separately adjusted, but as shown in FIG. 4, by providing a GUI having one element for adjusting the 3D effect, it is generally performed together. Many focus and depth adjustments can be made at once.

Here, the depth of the 3D image refers to the extent to which the object falls off the screen, and the focus refers to the extent to which the three-dimensional object is positioned in front of or behind the screen. For example, when the depth can be adjusted from 0 to 100, when the depth is 0, the 3D image is displayed on the same screen as the 2D image, and when the depth is 100, the 3D effect is most visible. When the focus is adjustable from 0 to 255, 0 is the farthest back from the screen, and 255 is the front of the screen.

Hereinafter, the depth control and the focus control of the 3D image will be described with reference to FIGS. 5A to 5B.

5A is a diagram for describing an image processing process when adjusting depth.

In FIG. 5A, the left eye image L and the right eye image R are shown together to indicate a positional difference between the same object in the left eye image L and the right eye image R displayed on the screen. On the left screen of FIG. 5A, it can be seen that the position difference between the left eye image L and the right eye image R with respect to the circular object 510 is 'a', and the left eye image L with respect to the triangular object 520. It can be seen that the position difference in the right eye image R is 'b'.

When the depth value increases, the 3D TV 100 performs image processing on each object such that the position difference between the same object in the left eye image L and the right eye image R becomes larger.

Specifically, as shown in the right screen of FIG. 5A, the positional difference between the left eye image L and the right eye image R of the circular object 510 becomes 'a + c', and the left eye image of the triangular object 520. The amount of change in position between each object is equally changed so that the position difference between (L) and the right eye image R becomes 'b + c'.

As a result, the overall depth of the screen including the circular object 510 and the triangular object 520 is increased.

On the contrary, when the depth value decreases, the 3D TV 100 performs image processing on each object such that the position difference between the same object in the left eye image L and the right eye image R becomes smaller.

Specifically, as shown in the left screen of FIG. 5A, the position difference between the left eye image L and the right eye image R with respect to the circular object 510 becomes '(a + c) -c = a', and the triangular object ( Image processing for each object is performed such that the position difference between the left eye image L and the right eye image R with respect to 520 becomes '(b + c) -c = b'. That is, the amount of change in position between each object is changed equally.

5B is a diagram for describing an image processing process when focus is adjusted.

In FIG. 5B, the left eye image L and the right eye image R are illustrated together to indicate a positional difference between the same object in the left eye image L and the right eye image R displayed on the screen. On the left screen of FIG. 5B, it can be seen that the position difference between the left eye image L and the right eye image R with respect to the circular object 510 is 'a', and the left eye image L with respect to the triangular object 520. It can be seen that the position difference in the right eye image (R) is 'b'.

When the focus value is increased, the 3D TV 100 performs image processing on each object such that the position difference between the same object in the left eye image L and the right eye image R becomes larger.

Specifically, as shown in the right screen of FIG. 5B, the position difference between the left eye image L and the right eye image R with respect to the circular object 510 becomes 'k * a' and the left eye image with respect to the triangular object 520. The position change amount between each object is changed differently so that the position difference between (L) and the right eye image R becomes 'k * b'.

As a result, the overall focus of the screen including the circular object 510 and the triangular object 520 is increased.

On the contrary, when the focus value decreases, the 3D TV 100 performs image processing on each object such that the position difference between the same object in the left eye image L and the right eye image R becomes smaller.

Specifically, as shown in the left screen of FIG. 5B, the position difference between the left eye image L and the right eye image R with respect to the circular object 510 becomes '(k * a) / k = a', and the triangular object ( Image processing for each object is performed such that the position difference between the left eye image L and the right eye image R with respect to 520 becomes '(k * b) / k = b'. That is, although the position change amount between each object is different from each other, the position difference between objects becomes different by the same ratio. As a result, the overall focus of the screen including the circular object 510 and the triangular object 520 is lowered.

The change of the position change amount described above may move only the position of the object included in the left eye image L, move only the position of the object included in the right eye image R, or the left eye image L and the right eye image. This may be performed by moving all the positions of the objects included in (R).

Referring to FIG. 4 again, the GUI includes items 410 for information on a moving key, information 420 for input keys, information 430 for switching to a 3D image, and steps for adjusting a 3D effect element. 440). The information 410 about the moving key informs about the operation of the up and down buttons of the remote controller, which can move the 3D image stage. The information 420 on the input informs the remote controller of the input button to select the desired three-dimensional level. In addition, the information 430 about the conversion to the 3D image informs the remote control switch button that can execute the 3D image according to the selected stereoscopic step. Item 440, which can set the level of the three-dimensional control element, is divided into three stages representing the degree of three-dimensional effect of the 3D image.

The three steps here consist of Low, Standard, and High. Low refers to the stage where the three-dimensional effect is the lowest, high refers to the stage where the three-dimensional impression is the highest, and standard refers to the stage representing the three-dimensional effect between the low and the high. For example, the row may be set to a depth value of 0 and a focus value of 140, the high may be set to a depth value of 80 and a focus value of 100, and the standard may be set to a depth value of 40 and a focus value of 120. Can be. Here, the three-step set value is only an embodiment, and three steps may be configured by different setting values.

Hereinafter, referring to FIG. 6, an operation flow for controlling the 3D effect of the 3D image will be described.

6 is a flowchart illustrating a GUI providing method according to an embodiment of the present invention.

When a GUI generation command for adjusting the 3D image of the 3D image is input (S610-Y), the 3D TV 100 generates a GUI for the 3D image adjustment of the 3D image described above with reference to FIG. 4 and displays it on the screen (S620). . In this case, the GUI includes an item for setting a step of a three-dimensional control element combining the depth and the focus of the 3D image to adjust the three-dimensional effect of the 3D image.

Here, the three-dimensional control element is divided into three stages to combine the depth and the focus, and to adjust the three-dimensional image of the 3D image. The three steps here consist of Low, Standard, and High. Low refers to the stage where the three-dimensional effect is the lowest, high refers to the stage where the three-dimensional impression is the highest, and standard refers to the stage representing the three-dimensional effect between the low and the high. For example, the row may be set to a depth value of 0 and a focus value of 140, the high may be set to a depth value of 80 and a focus value of 100, and the standard may be set to a depth value of 40 and a focus value of 120. Can be. Here, the three-step set value is only an embodiment, and three steps may be configured by different setting values.

Subsequently, when a 3D image control command is input through the generated GUI (S630-Y), the 3D TV 100 performs image processing on the left eye image and the right eye image, and the object included in the left eye image and the right eye image. The position of the field is changed (S640). For example, when the command is set to the low level among the 3D control elements, the depth value is set to 0 and the focus value is set to 140 to change the positions of the objects included in the left eye image and the right eye image accordingly. Thereafter, the 3D TV 100 alternately outputs the left eye image and the right eye image in which the position of the object is changed as described above (S650). In this case, the right eye image and the left eye image may be output in a preview format by outputting a smaller size than the full screen size.

In the above, the step of adjusting the stereoscopic feeling of the 3D image is assumed to be three steps, but this is only an example for convenience of description, and the step for adjusting the stereoscopic feeling of the 3D image is not a three step but a plurality of steps. Of course, the technical idea of the present invention can be applied.

In addition, in the above, it is assumed that the three-dimensional control element is implemented by a combination of depth and focus, but is merely an example for convenience of description of the present invention, the three-dimensional control element is a combination of elements other than the depth and focus. Of course, if the implementation of the spirit of the present invention can be applied.

In addition, in the above, the preferred embodiments of the present invention have been shown and described, but the present invention is not limited to the specific embodiments described above, and the invention belongs without departing from the gist of the invention claimed in the claims. Various modifications may be made by those skilled in the art, and these modifications should not be individually understood from the technical spirit or the prospect of the present invention.

1 illustrates a 3D TV according to an embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a block diagram illustrating a detailed configuration of a 3D TV according to an embodiment of the present invention.

3 is a view illustrating a type of 3D image data according to an embodiment of the present invention;

4 is a diagram illustrating a GUI including an element for controlling a stereoscopic effect, according to an embodiment of the present invention;

5A is a diagram for describing an image processing process when adjusting depth according to an embodiment of the present invention;

5B is a diagram for describing an image processing process when adjusting focus according to an embodiment of the present invention; and

6 is a flowchart illustrating a GUI providing method according to an embodiment of the present invention.

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  1. Displaying a GUI for setting a third element that combines a first element and a second element to be set to adjust the 3D effect of the 3D image; and
    And changing a left eye image and a right eye image constituting the 3D image to adjust a 3D image of the 3D image according to a third element set through the GUI.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The first element for adjusting the three-dimensional effect,
    Depth of the 3D image,
    The second element for adjusting the three-dimensional effect.
    GUI providing method characterized in that the focus (Focus) of the 3D image.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The third element,
    GUI providing method characterized in that it is set in at least three steps.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    The changing step,
    GUI for changing a plurality of left eye images and a plurality of right eye images which are input in real time in the playback state of the 3D image or changing the paused left eye image and right eye image in the pause state of the 3D image How to Provide.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The changing step,
    When the three-dimensional effect is adjusted, a GUI providing method on the screen, the distance between the position of the feature object present in the left eye image and the position of the specific object present in the right eye image according to the adjusted three-dimensional effect .
  6. The method of claim 1,
    And providing a preview of the stereoscopic 3D image according to the third element set through the GUI.
  7. A GUI generator for generating a GUI for setting a third element that combines a first element and a second element to be set to adjust the 3D effect of the 3D image; and
    And a controller configured to change the left eye image and the right eye image constituting the 3D image to adjust the 3D image of the 3D image according to the third element set through the GUI.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The first element for adjusting the three-dimensional effect,
    Is the depth of the 3D image,
    The second element for adjusting the three-dimensional effect.
    Display device, characterized in that the focus of the 3D image.
  9. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The GUI,
    Display device, characterized in that set in at least three steps.
  10. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The control unit,
    And controlling a plurality of left eye images and a plurality of right eye images, which are input in real time in a playback state of the 3D image, to be changed, or changing the paused left eye image and right eye image in a pause state of the 3D image. Display device.
  11. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The control unit,
    When the 3D effect is adjusted, a display is controlled to change the distance between the position of the feature object present in the left eye image and the position of the specific object present in the right eye image according to the adjusted 3D effect on the screen. Device.
  12. The method of claim 7, wherein
    The control unit
    And displaying a preview of the 3D image in which the stereoscopic effect is adjusted according to the third element set through the GUI.
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