31 October 2016 Chromostereopsis in "virtual reality" adapters with electrically tuneable liquid lens oculars
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Chromostereopsis can be sight and feel in “Virtual Reality” adapters, that induces the appearance of color dependant depth sense and, finally, combines this sense with the source conceived depth scenario. Present studies are devoted to investigation the induced chromastereopsis when using adapted “Virtual Reality” frame together with mobile devices as smartphones. We did observation of composite visual stimuli presented on the high spatial resolution screen of the mobile phone placed inside a portable “Virtual Reality” adapter. Separated for the left and right eyes stimuli consisted of two areas: a) identical for both eyes color chromostereopsis part, and b) additional conventional color neutral random-dot stereopsis part with a stereodisparity based on the horizontal shift of a random-dot segment in images for the left and right eyes, correspondingly. The observer task was to equalize the depth sense for neutral and colored stimuli areas. Such scheme allows to determine actual observed chromostereopsis disparity value versus eye stimuli color difference. At standard observation conditions for adapter with +2D ocular lenses for mobile red-blue stimuli, the perceptual chromostereopsis depth sensitivity on color difference was linearly approximated with a slope SChS ≈ 2.1[arcmin/(Labcolor difference)] for red-blue pairs. Additional to standard application in adapter the tuneable “Varioptic” liquid lens oculars were incorporated, that allowed stimuli eye magnification, vergence and disparity values control electrically.
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Maris Ozolinsh, Maris Ozolinsh, Kristine Muizniece, Kristine Muizniece, Janis Berzinsh, Janis Berzinsh, } "Chromostereopsis in "virtual reality" adapters with electrically tuneable liquid lens oculars", Proc. SPIE 10021, Optical Design and Testing VII, 1002109 (31 October 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2247719; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2247719

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