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5 May 1986 Stereoscopic Displays And The Human Dual Visual System
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Proceedings Volume 0624, Advances in Display Technology VI; (1986) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.961223
Event: O-E/LASE'86 Symposium, 1986, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Abstract
There is only one real world. We "see" that world as extending into three dimensions because we look at it with two visual systems and with two eyes. We are not presented with two "pictures" of the real world, but with two separate sets of inputs into two separate systems. The analog of the eye as a camera has been a constant problem in the visualization of the "seeing" process. Overcoming the persistence of such an approach is the first requirement in developing a true stereoscopic display system. The eye is a dynamic sensing apparatus and supplies the brain with visual inputs. The brain constructs the scene we "see", and is responsible for our perceptions of the visual world. The sensory inputs from the human dual visual system (Ambient - wide FOV, Focal - detail FOV) are combined with other body senses in this perceptual process. Indeed, other body senses, in some degree, direct and control where and at what our eyes look. This process of conceptualization of the "real" world as perceived by ourselves can be related only within limits to the "real" world as perceived by others.. This paper addresses the processes by which our minds (with sensor inputs) work to form our stereoscopic perceptual concepts of the world, real or simulated, and the advantages (and problems) caused by our egocentric reduction of those data inputs. Discussion and evaluation of stereoscopic display systems compares current and future display systems.
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Robert E. Clapp "Stereoscopic Displays And The Human Dual Visual System", Proc. SPIE 0624, Advances in Display Technology VI, (5 May 1986); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.961223
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