Aniketa Khushu

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The human visual system has the ability to use the size of familiar objects as a cue to the object’s depth in the world. With the advancement of Stereoscopic 3D (S3D) displays, objects can now be displayed with differing size and binocular disparity cues to the depth of the object. We tested, for absolute and relative disparity cues, whether the familiar(More)
Stereoscopic 3D television can suffer from a "puppet theater effect", where figures are perceived as unnaturally small. This does not normally affect 2D television, perhaps because viewers interpret the image as being produced by a correctly-sized object viewed from a suitably far distance, whereas the additional binocular cues to distance rule out this(More)
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