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5 May 1986 Design Issues In Teleoperator Vision Systems
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Proceedings Volume 0624, Advances in Display Technology VI; (1986)
Event: O-E/LASE'86 Symposium, 1986, Los Angeles, CA, United States
This paper describes NOSC-Hawaii's program of perceptual sciences research, supporting the development of advanced military and civilian teleoperator systems. The general objective of NOSC's Advanced Teleoperator Program is to provide the technology base required to produce teleoperator systems which will be capable of performing man-like tasks in areas too hazardous or too costly for human habitation. For several years, we have been engaged in a program of research aimed at developing a systematic understanding of the dynamic interactions which occur between the human operator and the sensors, controls and displays that constitute the interface between man and machine. Our current work is directed toward assessing the impact of several geometric parameters of stereoscopic viewing systems (camera separation, convergence and magnification), on both target detection performance and measures of operator acceptance of these display features. The results of several psychophysical studies will be presented and related to display system design issues.
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Ross L. Pepper, Edward H. Spain, and Robert E. Cole "Design Issues In Teleoperator Vision Systems", Proc. SPIE 0624, Advances in Display Technology VI, (5 May 1986);

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