Benefits of Matching Accommodative Demands to Vergence Demands in a Binocular Head-Mounted Display: A Study on Stereo Fusion Times

@article{So2011BenefitsOM,
  title={Benefits of Matching Accommodative Demands to Vergence Demands in a Binocular Head-Mounted Display: A Study on Stereo Fusion Times},
  author={Richard H. Y. So and W. S. Wong and Romeo Yip and Andrew K. C. Lam and Patrick Ting},
  journal={Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={545-558}
}
Current head-mounted displays (HMDs) provide only a fixed lens focus. Viewers have to decouple their accommodation and vergence responses when viewing stereoscopic images presented on an HMD. This study investigates the time taken to fuse a pair of stereoscopic images displayed on an HMD when the accommodative demand is matched to the vergence demand. Four… CONTINUE READING