The tolerance range of binocular disparity on a 3D display based on the physiological characteristics of ocular accommodation

@article{Iwasaki2009TheTR,
  title={The tolerance range of binocular disparity on a 3D display based on the physiological characteristics of ocular accommodation},
  author={Tsuneto Iwasaki and Toshiaki Kubota and Akihiko Tawara},
  journal={Displays},
  year={2009},
  volume={30},
  pages={44-48}
}
  • Tsuneto Iwasaki, Toshiaki Kubota, Akihiko Tawara
  • Published in Displays 2009
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Abstract This study investigates the permissible value of horizontal binocular disparity when gazing at a three-dimensional (3D) display based on ocular accommodation function. For the closely perceived image on the 3D display screen, the crossed disparity of +1.0° and of +0.5° were given and for the far image, which gave the image far away from the screen, the uncrossed disparities of −1.0° and of −0.5° were taken. The disparity was 0° when the image was displayed on the screen. When the… CONTINUE READING

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