EEG-Based Assessment of Stereoscopic 3D Visual Fatigue Caused by Vergence-Accommodation Conflict

@article{Zou2015EEGBasedAO,
  title={EEG-Based Assessment of Stereoscopic 3D Visual Fatigue Caused by Vergence-Accommodation Conflict},
  author={Bochao Zou and Yue Liu and Mei Guo and Yongtian Wang},
  journal={Journal of Display Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={11},
  pages={1076-1083}
}
Recent advances in 3D displays have contributed to the pressing need of new measurement methods for display comfort. Developing a valid measurement of visual fatigue caused by 3D display remains a big challenge and is beneficial for optimizing the system design. This paper assessed three electroencephalography (EEG) activities, θ, α and β, during a monotonous and repetitive random dot stereogram (RDS) based task in a conventional stereoscopic 3D display. Six types of ratio indices were computed… CONTINUE READING

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