Eye Pointing in Stereoscopic Displays
AbstractThis study investigated eye pointing in stereoscopic displays. Ten participants performed 18 tapping tasks in stereoscopic displays with three different levels of parallax (at the screen, 20 cm and 50 cm in front of the screen). The results showed that parallax had significant effects on hand movement time, eye movement time, index of performance in hand click and eye gaze. The movement time was shorter and the performance was better when the target was at the screen, compared to the conditions when the targets were seen at 20 cm and 50 cm in front of the screen. Furthermore, the findings of this study supports that the eye movement in stereoscopic displays follows the Fitts’ law. The proposed algorithm was effective on the eye gaze selection to improve the good fit of eye movement in stereoscopic displays.
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Lin, C. J., & Widyaningrum, R. (2016). Eye Pointing in Stereoscopic Displays. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 9(5). https://doi.org/10.16910/jemr.9.5.4
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