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1 August 1991 Effect of viewing distance and disparity on perceived depth
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Proceedings Volume 1457, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications II; (1991) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.46314
Event: Electronic Imaging '91, 1991, San Jose, CA, United States
Abstract
Binocular disparity is used on field-sequential stereoscopic displays to enhance monocular depth cues such as perspective, shading, shadows, and interposition. While the predicted apparent depth may be calculated using geometric equations, the actual apparent depth may not follow predictions due to the influence of accommodation and convergence. A study was performed to determine the effect of viewing distance on subjective rating of apparent depth. Viewing distance significantly influenced subjective depth ratings. Displayed objects viewed from greater distances (2678 mm) portrayed greater differences in depth than equivalent displayed scenes viewed from smaller distances (669 and 1339 mm).
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Linda Gooding, Michael Eugene Miller, Jana Moore, and Seong-Han Kim "Effect of viewing distance and disparity on perceived depth", Proc. SPIE 1457, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications II, (1 August 1991); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.46314
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