3D Human Factor for Autostereoscopic Displays
- 3D Human Factor for Autostereoscopic Displays
- 3D; Human; Factors; Autostereoscopic; Display; safe; efficient; comfortable; biomedical
- Issue Date
- Proceedings of Taiwan Display Conference
- VOL 1, NO 1, 1-4
- 3D human factors are studied to determine functional
relations between visual mechanism of humans and risk
factors causing undesirable biomedical effects like visual
fatigue, visually induced motion sickness, and
photosensitive seizures from viewing 3D images. Several
recent researches are introduced.
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