3D display technologies have been linked to visual discomfort and fatigue. In a lab-based study with a between-subjects design, 433 viewers aged from 4 to 82 years watched the same movie in either 2D or stereo 3D (S3D), and subjectively reported on a range of aspects of their viewing experience. Our results suggest that a minority of viewers, around 14%,… (More)
A new study shows that, in vision, object blur can be a more accurate depth cue than stereo disparity.
With the rise in stereoscopic 3D media, there has been concern that viewing stereoscopic 3D (S3D) content could have long-term adverse effects, but little data are available. In the first study to address this, 28 households who did not currently own a 3D TV were given a new TV set, either S3D or 2D. The 116 members of these households all underwent tests… (More)
—Simulating spatiotemporal neurons is fundamental to understanding motion detection mechanisms in the primary visual cortex and cloning these mechanisms in digital systems. We present a hardware accelerator that leverages the parallelism of a modern Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) to increase the speed of spatiotemporal computations by 1∼2 orders of… (More)