Compensating for low frame rates

@inproceedings{Knoche2005CompensatingFL,
  title={Compensating for low frame rates},
  author={Hendrik Knoche and Hermann de Meer and David Kirsh},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2005}
}
Experiments were conducted to investigate the interdependency of frame rates (30, 15, 10 fps) and audio-visual skew (from +163 to -233 ms1). Noised nonsense words like 'abagava' were presented to 20 participants who were asked to identify the middle consonant. At low frame rates (10 fps) consonant perception was impaired when audio ran ahead of video content (skew of ?113 to ?233ms). When audio lagged video, performance improved monotonically to a maximum at +167ms, where performance equaled… CONTINUE READING

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