Haruki Mizushina

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The cyclopean illusion is the apparent lateral shift of stationary stimuli on a visual axis that occurs when vergence changes. This illusion is predictable from the rules of visual direction. There are three stimulus situations reported in the literature, however, in which the illusion does not occur. In the three experiments reported here we examine those(More)
It is widely thought that conflict between vergence and accommodation may be a major factor of visual fatigue and discomfort caused by viewing stereoscopic images on 3D displays. However, few studies measured vergence and accommodation simultaneously while viewing a real 3D scene and its 2D image on a traditional display. In this study we measured vergence(More)
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