Evaluating Stereo and Motion Cues for Visualizing Information Nets in Three Dimensions

@article{Ware1996EvaluatingSA,
  title={Evaluating Stereo and Motion Cues for Visualizing Information Nets in Three Dimensions},
  author={Colin Ware and Glenn Franck},
  journal={ACM Trans. Graph.},
  year={1996},
  volume={15},
  pages={121-140}
}
This article concerns the benefits of presenting abstract data in 3D. Two experiments show that motion cues combined with stereo viewing can substantially increase the size of the graph that can be preceived. The first experiment was designed to provide quantitiative measurements of how much more (or less) can be understood in 3D than in 2D. The 3D display used was configured so that the image on the monitor was coupled to the user's actual eye positons (and it was updated in real-time as the… CONTINUE READING
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