Presentation 1996/1/26
Analysys of the Pulfrich Effect
Yukiko SOGA, Minoru YASUDA,
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Abstract(in English) An object swinging in the frontoparallel plane appears to move in an elliptical orbit in depth when it is observed with a neutral density filter over one eye. This phenomenon is called the Pulfrich effect. In this paper, the amount of the depth was mesured as a function of pattern velocity and filter density by giving the pattern such a binocular disparity as cancells the apparent depth. The magnitude of time delay given by each filter was derived from the experimental results. The apparent orbit of a simple harmonic motion was also synthesized from the results.
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Keyword(in English) binocular vision / stereoscopic vision / Pulfrich effect / vision / time delay Pulfrich pendulum
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Title (in English) Analysys of the Pulfrich Effect
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Keyword(1) binocular vision
Keyword(2) stereoscopic vision
Keyword(3) Pulfrich effect
Keyword(4) vision
Keyword(5) time delay Pulfrich pendulum
1st Author's Name Yukiko SOGA
1st Author's Affiliation University of Electro-Communications()
2nd Author's Name Minoru YASUDA
2nd Author's Affiliation NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories
Date 1996/1/26
Paper # HIP95-26
Volume (vol) vol.95
Number (no) 499
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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