Adaptive Interpupillary Distance Adjustment for Stereoscopic 3D Visualization (2013)
AuthorsKim, H., Lee, G., Billinghurst, M.show all
Stereoscopic visualization creates illusions of depth through disparity between the images shown to left and right eyes of the viewer. While the stereoscopic visualization is widely adopted in immersive visualization systems to improve user experience, it can also cause visual discomfort if the stereoscopic viewing parameters are not adjusted appropriately. These parameters are usually manually adjusted based on human factors and empirical knowledge of the developer or even the user. However, scenes with dynamic change in scale and configuration can lead into continuous adjustment of these parameters while viewing. In this paper, we propose a method to adjust the interpupillary distance adaptively and automatically according to the configuration of the 3D scene, so that the visualized scene can maintain sufficient stereo effect while reducing visual discomfort.
CitationKim, H., Lee, G., Billinghurst, M. (2013) Adaptive Interpupillary Distance Adjustment for Stereoscopic 3D Visualization. Christchurch, New Zealand: CHINZ 2013: 14th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Chapter of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction, 15-16 Nov 2013. Proceedings of the 14th ACM SIGCHI New Zealand Chapter's International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction.
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