Influence of three-dimensional image viewing on visual function

  title={Influence of three-dimensional image viewing on visual function},
  author={Fumiatsu Maeda and Akio Tabuchi and Kazutaka Kani and Ken-ichiro Kawamoto and Tsuyoshi Yoneda and Tsutomu Yamashita},
  journal={Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology},
A three-dimensional (3D) image viewing experiment was performed using a new 3D scenography system. The influence on visual function was investigated both in adults and in children employing both objective and subjective methods. The subjects were 21 healthy adults (mean age ± standard deviation: 42.1 ± 10.0 years) and 21 healthy children (7.8 ± 1.5 years). The 3D image viewing time was set at 90 min for adults and 60 min for children, and the visual function was objectively evaluated using an… CONTINUE READING

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