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HIP 2021-10-21
Online Online Temporal integration of spatially distributed disparities
Fumiya Haraguchi, Rumi Hisakata, Hirohiko Kaneko (Tokyo Tech) HIP2021-37
The human visual system integrates information presented with temporal differences. For example, in slit viewing or segm... [more] HIP2021-37
ITE-HI, IE, ITS, ITE-MMS, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2020-02-27
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ.
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Depth perception when a stereoscopic target is occluded on both sides or one side by the foreground
Nobutaka Natsui, Hisaki Nate, Kazuo Isikawa (Tokyo Polytechnic Univ.)
When we shoot and observe binocular stereoscopic images, problems such as unnatural stereoscopic effects and strangeness... [more]
EID, ITE-IDY, IEIJ-SSL, SID-JC, IEE-EDD [detail] 2020-01-23
Tottori Tottori Univ. [Poster Presentation] Monocular Depth Perception by Very Small Monocular Motion Parallax in DFD (Depth-fused 3D) Display with Very Large Depth
Kyohei Okamoto, Haruki Mizushina, Shiro Suyama (Tokushima Univ.)
We have proposed large depth perception in DFD (Depth-fused 3D) display by using very small but continuous monocular mot... [more]
EID, ITE-IDY, IEIJ-SSL, SID-JC, IEE-EDD [detail] 2020-01-23
Tottori Tottori Univ. [Poster Presentation] Enlargement of far depth perception by increasing real display position from subject in Head Mounted Display
Yuki Abiko, Shiro Suyama, Haruki Mizushina (Tokushima Univ.)
By setting optically the display position to far enough in Head Mounted Display. maximum perceived depth can be successf... [more]
EID, ITE-IDY, IEIJ-SSL, SID-JC, IEE-EDD [detail] 2020-01-24
Tottori Tottori Univ. [Poster Presentation] Viewing area and depth fusion area of 3D image at large observation distance over 5 m in Non-overlapped DFD (Depth-fused 3D) display,
Seishiro Mukaeyama, Rui Takano, Haruki Mizushina, Shiro Suyama (Tokushima Univ.)
We have clarified the possibility of enlarging the viewing angle and depth between front and rear planes in Non-overlapp... [more]
HIP 2018-10-23
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Effect of familiarity on depth perception
Ippei Negishi (KIT), Elizaveta Mischenko, Elena Gorbunova, Tadamasa Sawada (HSE University) HIP2018-69
Familiarity cue is often introduced as the cue of depth perception. But it is difficult to inquire the effect of familia... [more] HIP2018-69
(Joint) [detail]
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Analysis on binocular stereopsis for HUD using retroreflective materials
Shintaro Matsumoto, Ryouta Isobe, Taishi Sawabe, Masayuki Kanbara (NAIST), Norihiro Hagita (ATR) IMQ2017-24 IE2017-116 MVE2017-66
There are many proposals for presenting information by AR using HUD, especially in the automobile field, and the number ... [more] IMQ2017-24 IE2017-116 MVE2017-66
HIP 2017-12-25
Miyagi Reserach Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Effect of luminance difference between element groups on the vertical size disparity pooling for slant perception
Yuta Miyanishi, Rumi Hisakata, Hirohiko Kaneko (Titech) HIP2017-81
Vertical size disparities (VSD) in visual field are pooled over a large visual field to contribute to depth-slant percep... [more] HIP2017-81
HIP 2017-03-09
Osaka CiNet [Invited Talk] Application possiblities of fMRI studies on 3D vision to evaluate visual virtual reality technologies
Hiroshi Ban (NICT CiNet/Osaka Univ.) HIP2016-81
Recent remarkable advances in virtual reality technologies have provided us the next generation image experiences. For i... [more] HIP2016-81
HIP 2017-03-10
Osaka CiNet Effects of presentation with 3D rotation on evaluation of objects and evoked brain activity
Kambara Haruka, Igata Motohiko, Katsura Shintaro, Shigemasu Hiroaki (KUT) HIP2016-88
As a technique for presentation of commodities on a display, rotating goods to show three-dimensional structure as an an... [more] HIP2016-88
HIP 2016-09-28
Nara   Depth perception for the integral photography images based on the eye movement
Sumio Yano, Makoto Suzuki (Simane Univ), Min-Chul Park (KIST) HIP2016-57
We developed the measurement tool of the binocular eye movement and examined the perception of depth distance in the int... [more] HIP2016-57
HIP, ITE-HI, ITE-CE [detail] 2015-12-01
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University [Invited Talk] Effects of display size on depth perception from motion parallax and size cue
Yasuaki Tamada, Daiki Aramaki, Yuta Ozawa, Masayuki Sato (The University of Kitakyushu) HIP2015-90
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HIP2015-90
IMQ 2015-09-04
Kagoshima   Attentive tracking of moving objects in 3D -- Effects of initial configuration on changing-in-depth objects --
Anis Ur Rehman, Ken Kihara, Sakuichi Ohtsuka (Kagoshima Univ.) IMQ2015-19
Our recent study of multiple object tracking (MOT) provides evidence that human can track moving targets when one of tar... [more] IMQ2015-19
IMQ 2015-05-22
Toyama   Study on Visibility and Depth Perception of Fusion Image between Laparoscope and Ultrasound
Ryo Oguma, Toshiyuki Suzuki, Toshiya Nakaguchi (Chiba Univ.) IMQ2015-5
In laparoscopic surgery,to obtain information in organs such as the lesion and the blood vessels,the ultrasound probe wh... [more] IMQ2015-5
(Joint) [detail]
Tokyo Seikei Univ. Depth Perception Analysis by Motion Parallax in See-Through Vision with Tablet Device
Shun Kawachi, Itaru Kitahara, Yoshinari Kameda, Yuichi Ohta (Univ. of Tsukuba) IMQ2014-32 IE2014-93 MVE2014-80
In this paper, we analyze the motion parallax effect to depth perception in see-through vision using a tablet device. If... [more] IMQ2014-32 IE2014-93 MVE2014-80
HIP, ITE-CE, ITE-HI 2014-12-01
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Perceived depth of dynamic random dot area on static random dot
Akiko Yasuoka, Masahiro Ishii (Sapporo City Univ.) HIP2014-68
We investigated the depth perception from the difference of luminance change between the Static-random dot area and the ... [more] HIP2014-68
HIP, ITE-CE, ITE-HI 2014-12-01
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University [Invited Talk] Higher resolution stimulus facilitates depth perception
Yoshiaki Tsushima (NHK) HIP2014-69
Recently, we are facing with high-quality virtual world of a completely new nature. For example, we have a digital displ... [more] HIP2014-69
HIP 2014-09-25
Nara Nara Prefectural New Public Hall The effect due to image captured method on motion parallax
Sumio Yano, Makoto Suzuki (Shimane Univ.), Min-Chul Park (KIST) HIP2014-49
We evaluated depth perception from motion parallax with capturing
natural scene. First, we used two type control method... [more]
HIP 2013-09-13
Kyoto NICT Keihanna building [Invited Talk] The perceptual consequences of vergence eye movements
Robert S. Allison (York Univ.) HIP2013-55
Vergence eye movements are a key factor in stereoscopic depth perception. In this brief review I will outline work at Yo... [more] HIP2013-55
HIP 2013-09-13
Kyoto NICT Keihanna building Contrast sensitivity for depth from very large disparity as functions of target velocity
Masayuki Sato (Univ. of Kitakyushu), Shoji Sunaga (Kyushu Univ.) HIP2013-57
It is well-known that an excessive disparity causes diplopia and unclear depth impression. However, we recently found t... [more] HIP2013-57
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