Perceptual attributes of crosstalk in 3D images

  title={Perceptual attributes of crosstalk in 3D images},
  author={Pieter J. H. Seunti{\"e}ns and Lydia M. J. Meesters and W. IJsselsteijn},
Nowadays, crosstalk is probably one of the most annoying distortions in 3D displays. So far, display designers still have a relative lack of knowledge about the relevant subjective attributes of crosstalk and how they are combined in an overall 3D viewing experience model. The aim of the current experiment is to investigate three perceptually important attributes influencing the overall viewing experience: perceived image distortion, perceived depth, and visual strain. The stimulus material… Expand

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