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Issues in the design of studies to test the effectiveness of stereo imaging

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5 Author(s)
Hsu, J. ; Evans & Sutherland Comput. Corp., Salt Lake City, UT, USA ; Pizlo, Z. ; Chelberg, D.M. ; Babbs, C.F.
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Recently, there has been a great increase in interest in using three dimensional stereoscopic displays to provide viewers with realistic 3D views of objects of interest. Some applications where stereoscopic displays are becoming popular include medical visualization, visualization of meteorological data, and various virtual reality applications. To quantify the effectiveness of stereoscopic systems over conventional monoscopic systems, well-designed experiments and data analysis methods are necessary. This task requires the combined effort of application scientists and experts in experimental design. Lack of interdisciplinary collaboration is a primary weakness of many stereoscopic display studies, resulting in the neglect of many important but subtle experimental issues. In this paper, we discuss specific issues that arise in the design of studies to determine the effectiveness of digital stereo imagery. Issues concerning statistical analysis of the experimental data are also discussed. References to related literature from engineering, computer graphics, and psychophysics are given. The issues developed herein provide a guideline for the design of studies to compare observer performance when using different imaging modalities

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Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 6 )

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Nov 1996

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