8 September 2004 Partial-overlap biocular image misalignment tolerance
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Abstract
Partial-overlap biocular helmet-mounted display (HMD) design flexibility and cost are directly related to image misalignment standards. Currently suggested standards are based on highly variable data from a number of studies, most using subjective discomfort or diplopia measures. This study tested the suggested standard for divergent horizontal image misalignment in a partial-overlap biocular optical system by exercising vigilance performance during image misalignment. Also, pre- and post-image misalignment divergence, convergence and heterophoria measurements were taken. The results revealed that clinical visual diagnoses, associated with accommodation and vergence, were clearly related to vigilance task performance, showing a greater number of vigilance errors for subjects viewing misaligned displays. In-device post-image misalignment divergence recovery and convergence break-recovery were significantly decreased. This was not found for the no-offset controls.
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Melvyn E. Kalich, Melvyn E. Kalich, Lisa M. Lont, Lisa M. Lont, Corina van de Pol, Corina van de Pol, Clarence E. Rash, Clarence E. Rash, } "Partial-overlap biocular image misalignment tolerance", Proc. SPIE 5442, Helmet- and Head-Mounted Displays IX: Technologies and Applications, (8 September 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.542411; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.542411
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