The effect of stereoscopy and motion cues on 3D interpretation task performance


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Schooten, Boris W. van and Dijk, Elisabeth M.A.G. van and Zudilova-Seinstra, Elena and Suinesiaputra, Avan and Reiber, Johan H.C. (2010) The effect of stereoscopy and motion cues on 3D interpretation task performance. In: International Working Conference Advanced Visual Interfaces, AVI 2010, 26-29 May 2010, Rome, Italy.

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Abstract:We study the effectiveness of stereoscopy and smooth motion
as 3D cues for medical interpretation of vascular structures
as obtained by 3D medical imaging techniques. We designed
a user study where the user has to follow a path in a mazelike
solid shaded 3D structure. The user controls rotation
of the model. We measure user performance in terms of
time taken and error rate. The experiment was executed
with 32 (medical and non-medical) users. The results show
that motion cue is more important than stereoscopy, and
that stereoscopy has no added value when motion is already
present, which is not consistent with previous experiments.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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