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Could People with Stereo-Deficiencies Have a Rich 3D Experience Using HMDs?

Abstract : People with stereo-deficiencies usually have problems for the perception of depth using stereo devices. This paper presents a study that involves participants who did not have stereopsis and participants who had stereopsis. The two groups of participants were exposed to a maze navigation task in a 3D environment in two conditions, using a HMD and a large stereo screen. Fifty-nine adults participated in our study. From the results, there were no statistically significant differences for the performance on the task between the participants with stereopsis and those without stereopsis. We found statistically significant differences between the two conditions in favor of the HMD for the two groups of participants. The participants who did not have stereopsis and could not perceive 3D when looking at the Lang 1 Stereotest did have the illusion of depth perception using the HMD. The study suggests that for the people who did not have stereopsis, the head tracking largely influences the 3D experience.
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Sonia Cárdenas-Delgado, M.-Carmen Juan, Magdalena Méndez-López, Elena Pérez-Hernández. Could People with Stereo-Deficiencies Have a Rich 3D Experience Using HMDs?. 16th IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT), Sep 2017, Bombay, India. pp.97-116, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-67744-6_7⟩. ⟨hal-01676166⟩

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