Dynamic Stereo Displays

@inproceedings{Ware1995DynamicSD,
  title={Dynamic Stereo Displays},
  author={Colin Ware},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={1995}
}
Based on a review of the facts about human stereo vision, a case is made that the stereo processing mechanism is highly flexible. Stereopsis seems to provide only local additional depth information, rather than defining the overall 3D geometry of a perceived scene. New phenomenological and experimental evidence is presented to support this view. The first demonstration shows that kinetic depth information dominates stereopsis in a depth cue conflict. Experiment 1 shows that dynamic changes in… CONTINUE READING
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