3D, 3D video, Stereoscopic display, 3D fatigue, VIMS, EEG
The use of stereoscopic display has increased in recent times, with a growing range of applications using 3D videos for visual entertainment, data visualization, and medical applications. However, stereoscopic 3D video can lead to adverse reactions amongst some viewers, including visual fatigue, headache and nausea; such reactions can further lead to Visually Induced Motion Sickness (VIMS). Whilst motion sickness symptoms can occur from other types of visual displays, this paper investigates the rapid adjustment triggered by human pupils as a potential cause of 3D fatigue due to VIMS from stereoscopic 3D displays. Using Electroencephalogram (EEG) biosignals and eye blink tools to measure the 3D fatigue, a series of objective and subjective experiments were conducted to investigate the effect of stereoscopic 3D across a series of video sequences.
TENCON 2015 - 2015 IEEE Region 10 Conference
Choy, S.,Chiu, K.,Cheng, E.,& Burnett, I. (2015). 3D fatigue from stereoscopic 3D video displays: Comparing objective and subjective tests using electroencephalography. TENCON 2015 - 2015 IEEE Region 10 Conference. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TENCON.2015.7372870