18 March 2005 The utility of perspecta 3D volumetric display for completion of tasks
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This paper explores the hypothesis that the depth cues and display quality of a 3D volumetric display provides advantages for learning simple tasks. Experimental data generated by human subjects using the Perspecta 3D Volumetric Display are compared to like data generated using a 2D flat screen liquid crystal display (LCD). These data show that the Perspecta display provides advantages over the LCD display with respect to peak performance of simple tasks.
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Thomas R. Tyler, Thomas R. Tyler, Andy Novobilski, Andy Novobilski, Joseph Dumas, Joseph Dumas, Amye Warren, Amye Warren, } "The utility of perspecta 3D volumetric display for completion of tasks", Proc. SPIE 5666, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging X, (18 March 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.585423; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.585423
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