Perspective viewing, Anaglyph stereo or Shutter glass stereo?

@inproceedings{Volbracht1996PerspectiveVA,
  title={Perspective viewing, Anaglyph stereo or Shutter glass stereo?},
  author={Sabine Volbracht and Khatoun Shahrbabaki and Gitta Domik and Gregor Fels},
  booktitle={VL},
  year={1996}
}
This paper describes a case study that assessed the strenghts and weaknesses of 30 display modes: perspective viewing, anaglyph stereo and shutter glass stereo. We followed the hypothesis that stereo viewing allows a faster and more accurate recognition than the anaglyph and the perspective viewing. For our case study, we used organic molecules. Although these have inherent spatial information we think that results of this experiments are applicable to the visualization of abstract information… CONTINUE READING

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