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10 December 2018 An experimental study on the contribution of different colors to binocular matching in 3D displays
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As an important feature of image, color can be used to achieve binocular vision. However, different colors may have different contributions. In this experiment, we designed a stimulus in which luminance is incongruent and color could be manipulated. Color variations were based on opponent color space, where seventeen color points distributing in red-green and blue-yellow directions were selected. The stimulus consisted of an array of asymmetric patches uniformly distributed in a constant sized volume. Subjects were required to indicate the amount of perceived depth patches in the 3D displays. Our results demonstrate that the amount of perceived depth patches was influenced by color information, and indicate that colors have different contributions to binocular matching.
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Zaiqing Chen, Junsheng Shi, Kai Chen, Yonghang Tai, Feiyan Cheng, and Lijun Yun "An experimental study on the contribution of different colors to binocular matching in 3D displays", Proc. SPIE 10818, Holography, Diffractive Optics, and Applications VIII, 108180M (10 December 2018); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2502713
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