Evaluation of a Multi-Layer 2.5D display in comparison to conventional 3D stereoscopic glasses

Maximilian Schäfer, Ernst Kruijff, André Hinkenjann
GI VR / AR Workshop - 2020
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Abstract

In this paper we propose and evaluate a custom-build projection-based multilayer 2.5D display, consisting of three layers of images, and compare performance to a stereoscopic 3D display. Stereoscopic vision can increase the involvement and enhance game experience, however may induce possible side effects, e.g. motion sickness and simulator sickness. To overcome the disadvantage of multiple discrete depths, in our system perspective rendering and head-tracking is used. A study was performed to evaluate this display with 20 participants playing custom-designed games. The results indicated that the multi-layer display caused fewer side effects than the stereoscopic display and provided good usability. The participants also stated a better or equal spatial perception, while the cognitive load stayed the same.

BibTex references

@InProceedings{SKH20,
  author       = {Schäfer, Maximilian and Kruijff, Ernst and Hinkenjann, Andr{\'e}},
  title        = {Evaluation of a Multi-Layer 2.5D display in comparison to conventional 3D stereoscopic glasses},
  booktitle    = {GI VR / AR Workshop},
  year         = {2020},
  editor       = {Weyers, Benjamin AND Lürig, Christoph AND Zielasko, Daniel},
  publisher    = {Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.},
}

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