Effects of Autostereoscopic 3D on Attention Capacity of Individuals
- Effects of Autostereoscopic 3D on Attention Capacity of Individuals
- 문성철; 이동수; 박민철
- 3D human factors; SSVEP; Selective attention; Cognitive fatigue
- Issue Date
- IMID 2013
- This study identified a potential effect of autostereoscopic 3D on individuals' ability to spatially divide their
attention between repetitive visual stimuli. Consistent with previous results, it seems that the right-hemisphere in
the brain, where visual mechanisms linked to spatial perception and attention are dominant, is more likely to be
affected by visual and cogntive load temporarily caused by viewing autostereoscopic 3D as well as stereoscopic
3D. The results obtained in this study are expected to shed some light on autostereoscopic related human factors.
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