Spatial Reality Enhancement Using Eye-sensing Light Field DisplayView Publication
Eye-sensing light field display (ELFD) was developed for the enhancing spatial reality. A comfortable and overwhelming sense of reality can be presented by consideration of human perceptual characteristics such as real-time expressions of
motion parallax, accurate binocular parallax images, and clues for binocular fusion.
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