Abstract

We evaluated depth perception from motion parallax with capturing natural scene. First, we used two type control methods for the pickup device in capturing the natural scene. One control method was just horizontally repetition motion; another was horizontally repetition motion with heading to a fixation point. As a result, the latter method generated a clearer depth perception than that of the former method. Next, the position of the pickup device and the subject's head was changed for the latter method, when the test image sequences were evaluated. In this case, even when the relationship of the position between the pickup device and the subject's head was correct or opposite, the degree of depth perception was almost the same. These results suggest that the set of fixation point and the natural depth cue are important for depth perception from motion parallax with capturing the natural scene.

© 2015 IEEE

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