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Simultaneous measurement of visual accommodation and convergence during 3D sickness

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It is generally explained to the public that, ‘During stereoscopic vision, accommodation and convergence are mismatched and this is the main reason for the visual fatigue and the visually induced motion sickness caused by 3D’. The aim was to compare fixation distances between accommodation and convergence in young subjects while they viewed 3D video clips on a liquid crystal display (LCD). According to stabilometry and subjective items, we also analyzed the severity of motion sickness induced by viewing the above-mentioned 3D films. As results, statistical comparisons revealed that viewing the 3D film significantly affected body sway. Moreover, the accommodative power is similar to the distance of convergence without eyestrain in the phase component.

Affiliations: 1: 1Graduate School of Engineering, University of Fukui, JP; 2: 2Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya University, JP

It is generally explained to the public that, ‘During stereoscopic vision, accommodation and convergence are mismatched and this is the main reason for the visual fatigue and the visually induced motion sickness caused by 3D’. The aim was to compare fixation distances between accommodation and convergence in young subjects while they viewed 3D video clips on a liquid crystal display (LCD). According to stabilometry and subjective items, we also analyzed the severity of motion sickness induced by viewing the above-mentioned 3D films. As results, statistical comparisons revealed that viewing the 3D film significantly affected body sway. Moreover, the accommodative power is similar to the distance of convergence without eyestrain in the phase component.

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