2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
[3DSAp2/3Dp2-16] A New 3D Display Utilizing Occlusion Effect by Frames, Gap and Bend of Side-by-Side 2D Displays over Moving Stimuli
occlusion effect, changing display arrangement, perceived depth
Separating two side-by-side displays with frames and gap can improve virtual perceived depth of moving stimuli behind frames and/or gap by occlusion effect, rather than displays fastening together without them. Horizontal bend and/or vertical inclination in two 2D displays and curved moving stimuli can significantly enlarge virtual perceived depth.