Reducing Motion Blur Artifact of Foveal Projection for a Dynamic Focus-Plus-Context Display

@article{Iwai2015ReducingMB,
  title={Reducing Motion Blur Artifact of Foveal Projection for a Dynamic Focus-Plus-Context Display},
  author={Daisuke Iwai and Kei Kodama and Kosuke Sato},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={547-556}
}
This paper presents a novel technique to reduce the motion blur artifacts of foveal projection in a dynamic focus-plus-context (DF+C) display. The DF+C display is generally configured with multiple projectors and provides a nonuniform spatial resolution that consists of high-resolution (hi-res) regions (foveal projection) and low-resolution regions (peripheral projection). A serious problem of the DF+C display is motion blur, which inevitably occurs when a foveal projection is moved by a pan… CONTINUE READING