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Difference of Perceived Depth Change between Arc 3D Display and Stereoscopic Display by Increasing Visual Acuity Difference

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Abstract

Recently, many stereoscopic displays using binocular parallax become popular. However, not a few people, such as anisometropic people, are difficult to perceive depth only by binocular disparity. More human-friendly 3D display should be required, by which even anisometropic people can perceive 3D images. As a prior research [1], Sadakuni re-ported that DFD (Depth-fused 3D) display [2] is less de-graded by increasing visual acuity difference of both eyes than stereoscopic display. Sadakuni proposed assumption that smooth motion parallax in DFD display would improve perceived depth degradation even at fixed head.

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