Misperceptions in stereoscopic displays: a vision science perspective

@article{Held2008MisperceptionsIS,
  title={Misperceptions in stereoscopic displays: a vision science perspective},
  author={Robert T. Held and Martin S. Banks},
  journal={ACM transactions on graphics},
  year={2008},
  volume={2008},
  pages={23-32}
}
3d shape and scene layout are often misperceived when viewing stereoscopic displays. For example, viewing from the wrong distance alters an object's perceived size and shape. It is crucial to understand the causes of such misperceptions so one can determine the best approaches for minimizing them. The standard model of misperception is geometric. The retinal images are calculated by projecting from the stereo images to the viewer's eyes. Rays are back-projected from corresponding retinal-image… CONTINUE READING
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