Human Visual System (HVS)


Foveated Video Rendering Developed with Low Latency

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Scientists at Stanford have developed a “foveated” compression system that works in conjunction with gaze tracking to deliver two streams of video data at lower resolutions for non-foveal and higher for …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Human Visual System (HVS)| Mixed Reality| R&D (Research & Development)| Virtual Reality

Myopia Epidemic Not Caused by Displays

by Bob Raikes

What They Say An article in the Economist’s Simply Science series looked in detail at the rising problem of myopia in parts of East Asia and found that in some parts of the region, …

Tags:Ergonomics| Human Visual System (HVS)| Medical

Some Clues on QD-OLED Marketing

by Bob Raikes

This week, Samsung Display released some marketing material about its QD-OLED technology and at the same time we saw a interesting research paper that between them suggest how Samsung Display may be planning to …

Tags:Colour (Color)| Human Visual System (HVS)| OLEDs| QD OLEDs| Quantum Dots| Samsung Display| TVs (TV Sets)

SMPTE Looks at HDR – and a way of Quantifying the H-K Impact

by Bob Raikes

What They Say SMPTE’s Motion Imaging Journal has taken a special look at HDR this month and has a number of interesting articles on the topic. Our eye was particularly caught by this one …

Tags:Colour (Color)| HDR - High Dynamic Range| Human Visual System (HVS)

The iPhone 12 Mini Makes Me Sick (Literally)

by Bob Raikes

What They Say An article in IEEE Spectrum highlights issues with OLED display flicker. Tekla S. Perry upgraded from an older iPhone SE to an iPhone 12 Mini as the smaller display was appealing. …

Tags:Apple| Human Visual System (HVS)| iPhone| warranty

AI Could Reduce Cyber Discomfort

by Bob Raikes

What They Say TowardsDataScience has reported work that looks at the issue that causes some to suffer from ‘cybermotion sickness’ when viewing 3 DOF content (from a fixed position) in 6 DOF (fully movable) …

Tags:Big Data/AI| Human Visual System (HVS)| Mixed Reality| Virtual Reality

HPA Tech Retreat 2020: A Downside To High Dynamic Range Video?

by Pete Putman

At last week’s Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) Tech Retreat, the subject of high dynamic range came up more than a few times. This annual gathering of people who work in the post-production industry and …

Tags:HDR - High Dynamic Range| Health and Safety| Human Visual System (HVS)

North Focals AR Glasses Look Like…..Glasses

by Arthur Berman

North Focals are AR glasses that have been designed to look like a common pair of eye glasses. The Focal glasses are primarily intended to present notifications and/or app imagery in the user’s line …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Human Visual System (HVS)| Investment| SmartGlasses

The Future of VR – A snapshot in time

by Norbert Hildebrand

I have made these points many times before, there are hurdles on the way to the successful mass adoption of VR and AR that have to be overcome. While AR is so far in …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Human Visual System (HVS)| Software| Virtual Reality

What Bob Saw on the Net 20/09/2019

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) Amazon …

Tags:Amazon| Automotive| CRT| Human Visual System (HVS)| MEA (Middle East & Africa)| Super Hi-Vision (8K)| Touch Displays| Virtual Reality| warranty

Another Reason AR Glasses Have a Tough Time

by Norbert Hildebrand

While we are still waiting for Augmented Reality Headsets to create a new market segment that can drive the display industry for years to come, we have to realize that this development may take …

Tags:Augmented Reality| HMDs (Head Mounted Displays)| Human Visual System (HVS)| Virtual Reality| Vol 25 - Issue 39