Accession Number : AD1022687

Title :   Analysis of Display Latency for 3D Perceptual Experiments

Descriptive Note : Technical Report,01 May 2014,01 May 2016

Corporate Author : 711 Human Performance Wing Wright-Patterson AFB United States

Personal Author(s) : Fox,Elizabeth ; Blaha,Leslie M

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Report Date : 01 Nov 2016

Pagination or Media Count : 22

Abstract : The purpose of this investigation was to test if timing variability in a 3D stereo display was correlated with the displayed degree of stereo depth cue. A series of recordings of display timing were made under various levels of experimental manipulation to test for correlation between dimensions. Small correlations were identified in the device, as well as systematic delays in recorded timing over scheduled timing. No meaningful correlation was found between display timing and human response times. We conclude that any perception of a correlation is due to the human perceptual system and should not prevent further use of the tested 3D display system for further empirical research in 711 HPW/RHCV.

Descriptors :   observers , perception , Stereoscopic display systems , Human factors engineering , image processing , regression analysis , video recording , measurement , Three dimensional , visual inspection

Subject Categories : Photography
      Anatomy and Physiology

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE