Three Extensions to Subtractive Crosstalk Reduction
Stereo displays suffer from crosstalk, an effect that reduces or even inhibits the viewer's ability to correctly perceive depth. Previous work on software crosstalk reduction focussed on the preprocessing of static scenes which are viewed from a fixed viewpoint. However, in virtual environments scenes are dynamic, and are viewed from various viewpoints in real-time on large display areas. In this paper, three methods are introduced for reducing crosstalk in virtual environments. A non-uniform crosstalk model is described, which can be used to accurately reduce crosstalk on large display areas. In addition, a novel temporal algorithm is used to address the problems that occur when reducing crosstalk in dynamic scenes. This way, high-frequency jitter caused by the erroneous assumption of static scenes can be eliminated. Finally, a perception based metric is developed that allows us to quantify crosstalk. We provide a detailed description of the methods, discuss their tradeoffs, and compare their performance with existing crosstalk reduction methods
|Quantitative Spatial Interaction Design|
|Eurographics Symposium on Virtual Environments|
|Organisation||Visualization and 3D User Interfaces|
Smit, F.A, van Liere, R, & Fröhlich, B. (2007). Three Extensions to Subtractive Crosstalk Reduction . In Proceedings of IPT / EG Symposium on Virtual Environments 2007 (pp. 85–92). IEEE.