Evaluation of perceived quality attributes of digital holograms viewed with a stereoscopic display
Lehtimaki, Taina M. and Saaskilahti, Kirsti and Pitkaaho, Tomi and Naughton, Thomas J. (2010) Evaluation of perceived quality attributes of digital holograms viewed with a stereoscopic display. Information Optics (WIO) 2010 9th Euro-American Workshop . pp. 1-3.
Holography is a well-known technique for sensing and displaying real-world three-dimensional (3D) objects. Digital holograms have been successfully displayed on conventional stereoscopic displays allowing research into perception of quality of 3D holographic data. We do know that quality is enhanced if reconstructions of digital holograms are displayed with conventional stereoscopic displays rather than with a regular two-dimensional (2D) screen. However, it is not known how different attributes (e.g. noise, blur, and perceived depth) and the viewer's subjective perception of quality are related. In this study, we show how 13 viewers evaluated these attributes and the visual quality oftive holograms displayed stereoscopically
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