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Bilateral Motion Display: Multiple Visual Perception Depending on Motions

Summary

We proposed a novel projection method that provides completely different visual perception to multiple observers simultaneously using afterimage effects for specific motion. Initially, the projected patterns do not reveal any information; however, when seen by a user moving his or her gaze in a certain direction and speed, they are spatially integrated and appear as 2D afterimages. Our system only requires a high-speed projector to produce user-oriented perception, which expands the range of display expression, and has various applications such as in road signs.



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References

  1. Haruka Ikeda, Tomohiko Hayakawa, Himari Tochioka and Masatoshi Ishikawa: Bilateral Display With Afterimage Effect Depending on Motions, IPSJ Interaction 2021(Online, 3.11), pp.57-63 (2021)
  2. Haruka Ikeda, Tomohiko Hayakawa, and Masatoshi Ishikawa: Bilateral Motion Display: Strategy to Provide Multiple Visual Perception Using Afterimage Effects for Specific Motion, The 25th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology (VRST2019) (Parramatta, NSW, Australia, 2019.11.12-15), Proceedings, Article No. 17 [doi:10.1145/3359996.3364241].
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