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Title Stereopsis and hygiene / Hiroki Takada, Masaru Miyao, Sina Fateh, editors
Published Singapore : Springer, [2019]
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Description 1 online resource (138 pages)
Series Current Topics in Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine
Current topics in environmental health and preventive medicine
Contents Intro; Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Stabilometry to Evaluate Severity of Motion Sickness on Displays; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Bio-System Involved in the Motion Sickness; 1.3 Stabilometry; 1.4 Instability; 1.4.1 Blurred Images on LCD; 1.4.2 Stereopsis; 1.5 Effects; 1.5.1 Blurred Images on LCD; 1.5.2 Stereopsis on LCD and HMD; References; Chapter 2: Lens Accommodation While Viewing 3D Video Clips; 2.1 Overview of Research on Accommodation for 3D Stereoscopic Displays; 2.2 Methods; 2.2.1 Lens Accommodation and Convergence Measured in Viewing a Real Object
2.2.2 Lens Accommodation and Convergence Measured in Viewing 3D Video Clips2.3 Results; 2.3.1 Lens Accommodation and Convergence with Real Object; 2.3.2 Lens Accommodation and Convergence with 3D Video Clips; 2.4 Discussion; 2.4.1 Accommodation and Convergence in Viewing Real Object; 2.4.2 Accommodation and Convergence in Viewing 3D Video Clips; 2.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: A Virtual Reality System for Occupational Therapy with Hand Motion Capture and Force Feedback: A Pilot Study of System Configuration; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Method; 3.3 Experiments; 3.4 Results; 3.5 Discussions
3.6 ConclusionReferences; Chapter 4: Use of Stereoscopic Visualization for Perceiving Rotational Motions; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Method; 4.2.1 A DC Motor Model; 4.2.2 Classroom Demonstration; 4.2.2.1 Test for Educational Benefit; 4.2.2.2 Test for Visual Fatigue; 4.2.3 A Perception Test on Rotating Lines; 4.3 Results and Discussion; 4.3.1 Effectiveness of the S3D Display on the Cognition of 3D Physical Phenomena; 4.3.2 Onset of Visual Sickness Depending on the Type of Display; 4.3.3 Effect of Short-Time Exposure of S3D on the Recognition of 3D Structure; 4.3.3.1 Perception Trajectory
4.3.3.2 Characteristics of Motional Cues4.4 Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 5: Using Advanced Stabilometry to Evaluate the Severity of Motion Sickness Due to Visual Displays; 5.1 Pattern Analysis in Stabilometry; 5.2 Instability; 5.2.1 Exposure to the AR; 5.2.2 Stereopsis; 5.3 Effects; 5.3.1 Exposure to the AR; 5.3.2 Stereopsis; 5.4 Perspective; 5.4.1 Classical Scheme; 5.4.2 New Scheme; Appendix: Analytical Indices in Stabilometry; References; Chapter 6: Expression of Balance Function During Exposure to Stereoscopic Video Clips; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Material and Methods
6.3 Mathematical Models of Body Sway6.4 Numerical Analysis; 6.5 Evaluation Methods of Numerical Solution; 6.6 Result; 6.7 Discussion; 6.8 Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Aftereffect of Stereoscopic Viewing on Human Body I; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Evaluation of Body Sway and the Relevant Dynamics While Viewing a Three-Dimensional Movie on a Head-Mounted Display by Using Stabilograms; 7.2.1 Experimental Procedure; 7.2.2 Calculation Procedure; 7.3 Result; 7.3.1 Discussion; References; Chapter 8: Aftereffect of Stereoscopic Viewing on Human Body II; 8.1 Introduction
Summary This book outlines the principle and display methods of stereopsis, the biological effects of image viewing, and the effects on the human body, as well as its clinical significance. The authors also present the latest research findings and future prospects for stereopsis methods. In the field of medical care, the technique is useful for the 3-dimensional identification of lesions and affected regions; however, stereoscopic images can cause unpleasant symptoms including motion sickness, headache, and visual fatigue. With increasing opportunities for using the stereoscopic viewing technique in various other fields outside medicine, it is important to resolve the underlying issues of stereoscopic viewing and improve the diagnostic accuracy, safety of surgery and reduce the stress for physicians. Written by pioneering authors, Cutting Edge in Information Displays and Hygiene is a valuable resource for both new and established researchers and students seeking comprehensive information on stereoscopic imaging methods as well as professionals working in environmental/occupational health and health promotion
Notes 8.2 Cause of Biological Effect of Image Viewing
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 08, 2019)
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Subject Three-dimensional imaging in medicine
Imaging, Three-Dimensional
Three-dimensional imaging in medicine.
Form Electronic book
Author Fateh, Sina, editor
Miyao, Masaru, editor
Takada, Hiroki, editor
LC no. 2018957608
ISBN 9789811316012
9811316015