Visual fatigue caused by watching 3DTV: an fMRI study

  title={Visual fatigue caused by watching 3DTV: an fMRI study},
  author={Chunxiao Chen and Jing Wang and Kun Li and Yupin Liu and Xin Chen},
  journal={BioMedical Engineering OnLine},
  pages={S12 - S12}
The objective of this study is to observe the visual fatigue caused by watching 3DTV using the method of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The data of fMRI during three kinds of visual stimulation tasks were obtained from twenty subjects. At first, blood-oxygen-level dependent (BOLD) signal changes during stimuli of checkerboard task were compared before and after one-hour watching 3D/2DTV, and subjective evaluation was conducted based on the questionnaire simultaneously. Then 3D… 

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