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An eliminating method of motion-induced vertical parallax for time-division 3D display technology
Author(s): Liyuan Lin; Chunping Hou
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Paper Abstract

A time difference between the left image and right image of the time-division 3D display makes a person perceive alternating vertical parallax when an object is moving vertically on a fixed depth plane, which causes the left image and right image perceived do not match and makes people more prone to visual fatigue. This mismatch cannot eliminate simply rely on the precise synchronous control of the left image and right image. Based on the principle of time-division 3D display technology and human visual system characteristics, this paper establishes a model of the true vertical motion velocity in reality and vertical motion velocity on the screen, and calculates the amount of the vertical parallax caused by vertical motion, and then puts forward a motion compensation method to eliminate the vertical parallax. Finally, subjective experiments are carried out to analyze how the time difference affects the stereo visual comfort by comparing the comfort values of the stereo image sequences before and after compensating using the eliminating method. The theoretical analysis and experimental results show that the proposed method is reasonable and efficient.

Paper Details

Date Published: 15 October 2015
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 9672, AOPC 2015: Advanced Display Technology; and Micro/Nano Optical Imaging Technologies and Applications, 967208 (15 October 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2202711
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Liyuan Lin, Tianjin Univ. (China)
Chunping Hou, Tianjin Univ. (China)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9672:
AOPC 2015: Advanced Display Technology; and Micro/Nano Optical Imaging Technologies and Applications
Byoungho Lee; Yikai Su; Min Gu; Xiaocong Yuan; Daniel Jaque, Editor(s)

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