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25 February 2010 Standardization based on human factors for 3D display: performance characteristics and measurement methods
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Proceedings Volume 7524, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXI; 752407 (2010)
Event: IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging, 2010, San Jose, California, United States
We are engaged in international standardization activities for 3D displays. We consider that for a sound development of 3D displays' market, the standards should be based on not only mechanism of 3D displays, but also human factors for stereopsis. However, we think that there is no common understanding on what the 3D display should be and that the situation makes developing the standards difficult. In this paper, to understand the mechanism and human factors, we focus on a double image, which occurs in some conditions on an autostereoscopic display. Although the double image is generally considered as an unwanted effect, we consider that whether the double image is unwanted or not depends on the situation and that there are some allowable double images. We tried to classify the double images into the unwanted and the allowable in terms of the display mechanism and visual ergonomics for stereopsis. The issues associated with the double image are closely related to performance characteristics for the autostereoscopic display. We also propose performance characteristics, measurement and analysis methods to represent interocular crosstalk and motion parallax.
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Shin-ichi Uehara, Hiroyasu Ujike, Goro Hamagishi, Kazuki Taira, Takafumi Koike, Chiaki Kato, Toshio Nomura, Tsutomu Horikoshi, Ken Mashitani, Akimasa Yuuki, Kuniaki Izumi, Yuzo Hisatake, Naoko Watanabe, Naoaki Umezu, and Yoshihiko Nakano "Standardization based on human factors for 3D display: performance characteristics and measurement methods", Proc. SPIE 7524, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXI, 752407 (25 February 2010);

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