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3DMT 2020-10-20
11:25
Online Online Improvement of Perceived Depth and Binocular Fusion in Binocular Stereopsis with Vertical Disparity by using Motion Parallax
Yusuke Fukuta, Shiro Suyama, Haruki Mizushina (Tokushima Univ)
Instability of perceived depth by binocular disparity due to vertical disparity can be improved by motion parallax. Perc... [more] 3DIT2020-21
pp.21-24
HI, VRPSY [detail] 2016-11-06
11:20
Aichi Archie Shukutoku University Perceiving large depth from binocular disparity, motion parallax, and relative size cue
Yuta Ozawa, Yasuaki Tamada, Masayuki Sato (The Univ. of Kitakyushu)
To examine the interaction among binocular disparity, motion parallax, and relative size cue for perceiving large depth,... [more] HI2016-74
pp.37-40
3DMT, HI 2016-03-09
14:55
Tokyo   Quantitative evaluations of operating accuracy by automultiscopic 3D images -- Toward application of automultiscopic 3D images to remote operation of construction machines --
Yuichi Sakano, Ichiro Umata, Shoichiro Iwasawa, Makoto Okui, Naomi Inoue, Hiroshi Ando (NICT)
When removing hazardous objects after disasters, remote control of construction machines is used for the safety of the w... [more] HI2016-55 3DIT2016-14
pp.17-20
ME 2014-02-22
11:15
Kanagawa Kanto Gakuin Univ. An examination of interactive autostereoscopic display
Misae Yagi, Mie Sato (Utsunomiya Univ.)
Recently, studies to display 3D images including the depth are carried out. One of these studies is on the parallax barr... [more] ME2014-31
pp.13-16
3DMT, IDY 2013-06-10
15:20
Osaka   Conditions for designing multi-view 3D displays for high-quality reproduction of perceived glossiness
Yuichi Sakano, Hiroshi Ando (NICT)
It would be very important to determine system requirements of multi-view 3D displays for accurate reproduction of appea... [more] IDY2013-26 3DIT2013-29
pp.17-20
IDY, IEICE-EID, IEE-EDD 2013-01-25
11:48
Shizuoka Shizuoka Univ. An analysis of the amount of disparity for 3D contents
Koutaro Kudo, Masanori Takemoto, Satoru Kubota (Seikei Univ.), Atsushi Shimada, Yoshitomo Nakamura (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation)
We proposed a method for analyzing the disparity of 3D contents. This method was applied to analyze the disparity charac... [more] IDY2013-13
pp.117-120
HI 2011-03-16
11:40
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. of Tech. Facilitation of Stereopsis by Motion Parallax Depends on Head Movement Direction
Yasuaki Tamada, Masayuki Sato (Univ. of Kitakyushu)
When binocular disparity and motion parallax are presented simultaneously, very large depth is perceived for diplopic im... [more] HI2011-50
pp.83-86
3DMT 2011-03-15
11:35
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. of Tech. Effect of 3D display principle on representation of surface quality -- psychophysical evindence and computational consideration on the effects of stereo viewing and head motion on perceived glossiness --
Yuichi Sakano, Hiroshi Ando (NICT)
Based on subjective evaluation evidence, it has been reported that high-density directional 3D displays produce high glo... [more] 3DIT2011-16
pp.63-66
HI, 3DMT 2010-03-01
14:50
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. of Tech. Motion-direction dependency of binocular depth facilitation caused by stimulus movements
Yosuke Ota, Kohei Miura, Yasuaki Tamada, Masayuki Sato (Kitakyushu Univ)
It is known that stimulus movements facilitate stereopsis induced by very large disparity that cause diplopia. We exami... [more] HI2010-59 3DIT2010-11
pp.31-34
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