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24 May 1999 Evaluation of stereoscopic display with visual function and interview
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Proceedings Volume 3639, Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VI; (1999)
Event: Electronic Imaging '99, 1999, San Jose, CA, United States
The influence of binocular stereoscopic (3D) television display on the human eye were compared with one of a 2D display, using human visual function testing and interviews. A 40- inch double lenticular display was used for 2D/3D comparison experiments. Subjects observed the display for 30 minutes at a distance 1.0 m, with a combination of 2D material and one of 3D material. The participants were twelve young adults. Main optometric test with visual function measured were visual acuity, refraction, phoria, near vision point, accommodation etc. The interview consisted of 17 questions. Testing procedures were performed just before watching, just after watching, and forty-five minutes after watching. Changes in visual function are characterized as prolongation of near vision point, decrease of accommodation and increase in phoria. 3D viewing interview results show much more visual fatigue in comparison with 2D results. The conclusions are: 1) change in visual function is larger and visual fatigue is more intense when viewing 3D images. 2) The evaluation method with visual function and interview proved to be very satisfactory for analyzing the influence of stereoscopic display on human eye.
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Fumio Okuyama "Evaluation of stereoscopic display with visual function and interview", Proc. SPIE 3639, Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VI, (24 May 1999);

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