Ergonomic evaluation of visual artifacts in stereoscopic display devices

Sanghyun Kim, Junki Yoshitake, Takashi Kawai, Osamu Yamada, Akihiko Iguchi

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    Abstract

    Stereoscopic (3D) displays with glasses can be classified into two methods: the time-multiplexing and the spatial-multiplexing methods. While viewing the former during smooth pursuit and saccadic eye movements, an observer perceives artifacts: flicker, pseudo-parallax, a phantom array. While viewing the later, an observer perceives artifacts: pseudo-parallax, binocular rivalry, low-resolution. These artifacts would affect the observer's safe and comfort of viewing. In this study, visual artifacts when viewing 3D displays were examined with physiological changes, including depth sensation and the subjective symptoms of visual fatigue.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of International Meeting on Information Display
    Pages154-155
    Number of pages2
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    Event10th International Meeting on Information Display and International Display Manufacturing Conference and Asia Display 2010, IMID/IDMC/ASIA Display 2010 - Seoul
    Duration: 2010 Oct 112010 Oct 15

    Other

    Other10th International Meeting on Information Display and International Display Manufacturing Conference and Asia Display 2010, IMID/IDMC/ASIA Display 2010
    CitySeoul
    Period10/10/1110/10/15

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    Ergonomics
    Multiplexing
    Display devices
    Binoculars
    Eye movements
    Fatigue of materials
    Glass

    Keywords

    • 3d display
    • Human factor
    • Visual artifact
    • Visual fatigue

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

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    Kim, S., Yoshitake, J., Kawai, T., Yamada, O., & Iguchi, A. (2010). Ergonomic evaluation of visual artifacts in stereoscopic display devices. In Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display (pp. 154-155)

    Ergonomic evaluation of visual artifacts in stereoscopic display devices. / Kim, Sanghyun; Yoshitake, Junki; Kawai, Takashi; Yamada, Osamu; Iguchi, Akihiko.

    Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display. 2010. p. 154-155.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Kim, S, Yoshitake, J, Kawai, T, Yamada, O & Iguchi, A 2010, Ergonomic evaluation of visual artifacts in stereoscopic display devices. in Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display. pp. 154-155, 10th International Meeting on Information Display and International Display Manufacturing Conference and Asia Display 2010, IMID/IDMC/ASIA Display 2010, Seoul, 10/10/11.
    Kim S, Yoshitake J, Kawai T, Yamada O, Iguchi A. Ergonomic evaluation of visual artifacts in stereoscopic display devices. In Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display. 2010. p. 154-155
    Kim, Sanghyun ; Yoshitake, Junki ; Kawai, Takashi ; Yamada, Osamu ; Iguchi, Akihiko. / Ergonomic evaluation of visual artifacts in stereoscopic display devices. Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display. 2010. pp. 154-155
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