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|Title:||Automatic correction of hand pointing in stereoscopic depth|
|Keywords:||Automatic correction;Hand pointing;3D visual;Stereoscopic depth|
|Publisher:||Macmillan Publishers Limited|
|Citation:||Scientific reports, 4: 7444, (2014)|
|Abstract:||In order to examine whether stereoscopic depth information could drive fast automatic correction of hand pointing, an experiment was designed in a 3D visual environment in which participants were asked to point to a target at different stereoscopic depths as quickly and accurately as possible within a limited time window (≤300 ms). The experiment consisted of two tasks: "depthGO" in which participants were asked to point to the new target position if the target jumped, and "depthSTOP" in which participants were instructed to abort their ongoing movements after the target jumped. The depth jump was designed to occur in 20% of the trials in both tasks. Results showed that fast automatic correction of hand movements could be driven by stereoscopic depth to occur in as early as 190 ms.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Computer Science Research Papers|
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