Depth information from binocular disparity and familiar size is combined when reaching towards virtual objects

Abstract

Reaching movements towards stereoscopically presented virtual objects have been reported to be imprecise. This might be a problem for touch interaction with virtual environments. Estimating the distance to an object in personal space relies on binocular disparity and other depth cues but previous work on the influence of familiar size for reaching and… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2993369.2993408

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@inproceedings{Schubert2016DepthIF, title={Depth information from binocular disparity and familiar size is combined when reaching towards virtual objects}, author={Rebekka S. Schubert and Mathias M{\"{u}ller and Sebastian Pannasch and Jens R. Helmert}, booktitle={VRST}, year={2016} }