Quantification of visual capabilities using augmented reality displays

  title={Quantification of visual capabilities using augmented reality displays},
  author={Mark A. Livingston},
  journal={2006 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality},
In order to be able to perceive and recognize objects or surface properties of objects, one must be able to resolve the features. These perceptual tasks can be difficult for both graphical representations and real objects in augmented reality (AR) displays. This paper presents the results of objective measurements and two user studies. The first evaluation explores visual acuity and contrast sensitivity; the second explores color perception. Both experiments test users' capabilities with their… CONTINUE READING
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