Presentation 2010-06-29
Effects of observation duration on depth perception from motion parallax
Kenchi HOSOKAWA, Takao SATO,
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Abstract(in English) Generally motion parallax studies assume that there is linear movement between the object with the observer.. However a relative motion stimulus is able to be interpreted as both linear movement and rotation. In this study we investigated perceptual alternation between linear movement and rotation during 5 minutes observation on a relative motion stimulus. As a result, observer perceived mostly linear movement in the first 120 seconds. After that, however, their perception is altered between linear and rotational movement. Additionally, perceptual depth order is also reversed as perceptual motion is altered.
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Keyword(in English) Perception / Vision / Motion Parallax / Structure from motion / Depth
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Conference Date 2010/6/22(1days)
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Title (in English) Effects of observation duration on depth perception from motion parallax
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Keyword(1) Perception
Keyword(2) Vision
Keyword(3) Motion Parallax
Keyword(4) Structure from motion
Keyword(5) Depth
1st Author's Name Kenchi HOSOKAWA
1st Author's Affiliation Intelligent Modeling Laboratory, University of Tokyo()
2nd Author's Name Takao SATO
2nd Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Humanities & Sociology, University of Tokyo
Date 2010-06-29
Paper # MVE2010-38
Volume (vol) vol.110
Number (no) 108
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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