In the Stereoscopic Vision and Perception Lab we conduct studies to test whether stereoscopic displays improve human performance in different tasks. Stereoscopic displays present two images taken from slightly different angle, to each eye seperately. This technology yields depth perception which is similar to that obtained through natural perception.
The Lab is equipped with a wide range of stereoscopic display devices. These include special computers with stereoscopic glasses that cause each eye to view a different image, special computer screens, big, heavy lenses that display images in infinity, a head-mounted display with a new, powerful computer that supports two virtual screens displays, and more.
Developing Auto-Stereoscopic Displays for Air-Borne Usage
3D Stereoscopic Tactical Displays
Improving the Efficiency of X-Ray Luggage Screening with a 3-D Stereoscopic Display
Producing Stereoscopic Videos from Regular Videos
Stereoscopic Vision for Long Distances
Target Detection in Stereoscopic FLIR Images
A Study of Human Stereoscopic Eye-Movements to Provide Data for Stereo Computer Vision Models