17 March 2015 Usability of stereoscopic view in teleoperation
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Recently, there are tremendous growths in the area of 3D stereoscopic visualization. The 3D stereoscopic visualization technology has been used in a growing number of consumer products such as the 3D televisions and the 3D glasses for gaming systems. This technology refers to the idea that human brain develops depth of perception by retrieving information from the two eyes. Our brain combines the left and right images on the retinas and extracts depth information. Therefore, viewing two video images taken at slightly distance apart as shown in Figure 1 can create illusion of depth [8]. Proponents of this technology argue that the stereo view of 3D visualization increases user immersion and performance as more information is gained through the 3D vision as compare to the 2D view. However, it is still uncertain if additional information gained from the 3D stereoscopic visualization can actually improve user performance in real world situations such as in the case of teleoperation.
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Wutthigrai Boonsuk, "Usability of stereoscopic view in teleoperation", Proc. SPIE 9391, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXVI, 93911G (17 March 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2083383; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2083383
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