Presentation 2000/10/12
Perceptive Transformation and it's Evaluation : A Study on Subjective Perspective Transformation
Tetsuya Kajitani, Hitoshi Watanabe,
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Abstract(in English) This paper proposes subjective perspective transformation for sophsticated human-interface technology, which is well adapted to the individual nature of human visual sensation. The result of an experiment on observers' binocular visile induced images shows the necessity of a certain perceptive transformation. A modification rule of size of observed objects in the form of the modification function ψ(γ) is introduced as the perceptive transformation. Experimental comparison between a modified (partially expanded) perspective drawing with one vanishing point on a screen by the perceptive transformation and observer's induced image by binocular visile shows the validity and usefulness of proposed perceptive transformation.
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Keyword(in English) Human interface / a mental image / Subjective perspective transformation / Perceptive transformation / deformation
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Title (in English) Perceptive Transformation and it's Evaluation : A Study on Subjective Perspective Transformation
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Keyword(1) Human interface
Keyword(2) a mental image
Keyword(3) Subjective perspective transformation
Keyword(4) Perceptive transformation
Keyword(5) deformation
1st Author's Name Tetsuya Kajitani
1st Author's Affiliation BUNKA Women's University()
2nd Author's Name Hitoshi Watanabe
2nd Author's Affiliation SOKA University
Date 2000/10/12
Paper # HCS2000-28
Volume (vol) vol.100
Number (no) 375
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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