Presentation 1995/7/21
Self-motion induced by a foreground-background display on stereoscopic vision
Sumio Yano, Syuichi Ojima,
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Abstract(in English) It has previously been shown that when a moving and stationary display are superimposed, the self-motion is only induced only when the moving display appears as background. In this article, an experimental examinations of self-motion under these visual conditions was objectively evaluated by measuring body sway and eye movement. As a result, the total length of body sway was qualitatively consistent with established subjective results. Namely, the total length of body sway is a high value where the moving target appeared behind a stationary target. Moreover, it was shown that eye movement and body sway do not have a firmly relationship under these conditions.
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Keyword(in English) self-motion / stereoscopic vision / body sway / eye movement
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Title (in English) Self-motion induced by a foreground-background display on stereoscopic vision
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Keyword(1) self-motion
Keyword(2) stereoscopic vision
Keyword(3) body sway
Keyword(4) eye movement
1st Author's Name Sumio Yano
1st Author's Affiliation NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories()
2nd Author's Name Syuichi Ojima
2nd Author's Affiliation ATR Human Information Processing Research Laboratories
Date 1995/7/21
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Volume (vol) vol.95
Number (no) 167
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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