Rachel A. Albert

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Marshall et al. (1996) showed that blur could in principle also be used to determine depth ordering of two surfaces across an occlusion boundary from the correlation between the boundary's blur and the blur of the two surfaces. They tested this experimentally by presenting stimuli on a conventional display and manipulating rendered blur. This approximates(More)
We present a technique for displaying three-dimensional imagery of general scenes with nearly correct focus cues on multi-plane displays. These displays present an additive combination of images at a discrete set of optical distances, allowing the viewer to focus at different distances in the simulated scene. Our proposed technique extends the capabilities(More)
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