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Perceptual Lightness Modeling for High-Dynamic-Range Imaging

The human visual system (HVS) non-linearly processes light from the real world, allowing us to perceive detail over a wide range of illumination.... (more)

Perceived Space in the HTC Vive

Underperception of egocentric distance in virtual reality has been a persistent concern for almost 20 years. Modern head-mounted displays (HMDs) appear to have begun to ameliorate underperception. The current study examined several aspects of perceived space in the HTC Vive. Blind-walking distance judgments, verbal distance judgments, and size... (more)

Improving Human-Machine Cooperative Visual Search With Soft Highlighting

Advances in machine learning have produced systems that attain human-level performance on certain visual tasks, e.g., object identification.... (more)

Facial Features of Non-player Creatures Can Influence Moral Decisions in Video Games

With the development of increasingly sophisticated computer graphics, there is a continuous growth of the variety and originality of virtual... (more)

Visual Quality Assessment of 3D Models: On the Influence of Light-Material Interaction

Geometric modifications of three-dimensional (3D) digital models are commonplace for the purpose of efficient rendering or compact storage. Modifications imply visual distortions that are hard to measure numerically. They depend not only on the model itself but also on how the model is visualized. We hypothesize that the model’s light... (more)

The Perceptual Consequences of Curved Screens

Flat panels are by far the most common type of television screen. There are reasons, however, to believe that curved screens create a greater sense of immersion, reduce distracting reflections, and minimize some perceptual distortions that are commonplace with large televisions. To examine these possibilities, we calculated how curving the screen... (more)

Evaluating the Use of Sound in Static Program Comprehension

Comprehension of computer programs is daunting, due in part to clutter in the software developer's visual environment and the need for frequent... (more)

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Acting Together: Joint Pedestrian Road Crossing in an Immersive Virtual Environment

We investigated how two people jointly coordinate their decisions and actions in a co-occupied, large-screen virtual environment. The task for participants was to physically cross a virtual road with continuous traffic without getting hit by a car. Participants performed this task either alone or with another person. Experiment 1 first established that stereo vs. non-stereo rendering had little impact on solo road-crossing performance. Experiment 2 capitalized on these results to study how people jointly performed the road-crossing task in a non-stereo virtual environment. By rendering two separate streams of non-stereo images based on the two viewers eye-points, we displayed the correct perspective for both viewers in the co-occupied virtual environment. We found that pairs often crossed the same gap together and closely synchronized their movements when crossing. Pairs also chose larger gaps than individuals presumably to accommodate the extra time needed to cross through gaps together. These results provide baseline information for how two people interact and coordinate their behaviors in performing whole-body, joint motions in a co-occupied virtual environment. This study also provides a foundation for future studies examining joint actions in shared VEs where participants are represented by graphic avatars.

Measuring Cognitive Load and Stress by Stress-Induced Vascular Response Index

Measuring cognitive load and stress is crucial for ubiquitous human-computer-interactive applications to dynamically understand and respond to users' mental status, e.g. smart healthcare, smart driving and robotics. Researchers have attempted various quantitative methods, such as physiological and behavioral methods. However, as sensitivity, reliability and usability cannot be satisfactorily met at the same time, many current methods are not ideal for ubiquitous applications. In this paper, we propose a novel photoplethysmogram (PPG)-based stress induced vascular index (sVRI) to measure cognitive load and stress. We provide the basic methodology and detailed algorithm framework to validate sVRI measurement. We verify the sensitivity, reliability and usability of the sVRI in transmission mode (sVRI-t) and reflection mode (sVRI-r) respectively by using arithmetic calculations as cognitive tasks. Compared with blood pressure (BP), heart rate variation (HRV), and electrodermal activity (EDA) recorded simultaneously, our findings showed sVRI's potential as a sensitive, reliable and usable parameter, and suggested sVRI-r's potential for integration with ubiquitous touch interactions for dynamic cognition and stress-sensing scenarios.

Human Perception of Inertial Mass for Joint Human-Robot Object Manipulation

In this article, we investigate human perception of inertial mass discrimination while active planar manipulations, as they are common in daily tasks such as moving heavy and bulky objects. Psychophysical experiments were conducted to develop a human inertial mass perception model to improve usability and acceptance of novel haptically collaborating robotic systems. In contrast to the existing literature, large-scale movements involving a broad selection of reference stimuli and larger sample sizes were used. Linear mixed models were fitted to model dependent errors from the longitudinal perceptual data. Differential thresholds near the perception boundary exponentially increased and resulted in constant behavior for higher stimuli. No effect of different directions (sagittal and transversal), but a large effect of different movement types (precise and imprecise) were found. Recommendations to implement the findings in novel physical assist devices are given.

Perceptual Evaluation of Synthesized Sound Effects

Sound synthesis is the the process of generating artificial sounds through some form of simulation or modelling. Synthesis has been demonstrated in the area of sound effect, which can be used in production of a range of popular media, such as video games, TV, film, augmented and virtual reality. This paper aims to identify which sound synthesis methods achieve the goal of producing a believable audio sample that may replace a recorded sound sample. A perceptual evaluation experiment of five different sound synthesis techniques was undertaken. Additive synthesis, statistical modelling synthesis with two different feature sets, physically inspired synthesis, concatenative synthesis and sinusoidal modelling synthesis were all compared. Evaluation using eight different sound class stimuli and 66 different samples was undertaken. The additive synthesizer is the only synthesis method not considered significantly different from the reference sample across all sounds classes. The results demonstrate that sound synthesis can be considered as realistic as a recorded sample and makes recommendations for which synthesis methods to be used for different sound classes.

The Effects of Peripheral Vision and Light Stimulation on Distance Judgments through HMDs

Egocentric distances are often underestimated in virtual environments through head-mounted displays (HMDs). Previous studies suggest that peripheral vision can influence distance perception. Specifically, light in the periphery may improve distance judgments in HMDs. In this study, we conducted a series of experiments with varied virtual peripheral frames around the viewport. We found that the brightness of the peripheral frame significantly influences distance judgments when the frame is brighter than a certain threshold. In addition, we found that applying a pixelation effect in the peripheral-vision area can also trigger improved distance judgments. The result also implies that augmenting peripheral vision with secondary low-resolution displays may improve distance judgments in HMDs. Lastly, we varied the size and shape of the virtual frame. A larger field of view resulted in significantly more accurate distance judgments, and the shape of the frame did not influence distance judgments.

Perceptual Constancy in the Reproduction of Virtual Tactile Textures With Surface Displays

For very rough surfaces, friction-induced vibrations contain frequencies that shift multiplicatively with sliding speed. Given the poor capacity of the somatosensory system to discriminate frequencies, this fact raises the question of how accurately finger sliding speed must be known during the reproduction of virtual textures with a tactile display. During active touch, ten observers were asked to discriminate texture recordings corresponding to different speeds. The samples were constructed from a common texture which was resampled at various frequencies to give a set of stimuli of different swiping speeds. In trials, they swiped their finger in rapid succession over a glass plate which vibrated to reproduce three texture recordings. Two of these recordings were identical and the third differed in that the sample represented a texture swiped at a speed different from the other two. Observers identified which of the three samples felt different. Seven observers reported differences when the speed varied by 60, 80 and 100 millimetres per second while the other three did not reach a discrimination threshold. These results show that the need for high-accuracy measurement of swiping speed during texture reproduction may actually be quite limited compared to what is commonly found in the literature.

Sensory Substitution for Force Feedback Recovery: A Perception Experimental Study

Robotic Assisted Surgeries are commonly used nowadays as a more efficient alternative to traditional surgical options. Both surgeons and patients benefit from those systems as they offer many advantages including less trauma, blood loss, complications, and better ergonomics. However, a remaining limitation of currently available surgical systems is the lack of force feedback due to the teleoperation setting, which prevents direct interaction with the patient. Once the force information is obtained by either a sensing device or indirectly through vision-based force estimation, a concern arises on how to transmit this information to the surgeons. A direct solution is to transmit the force information to the surgeon's hand using a haptic device. However, there are some constraints associated with this option such as cost, stability of the controller, degrees of freedom, and space limitations. An attractive alternative is sensory substitution which allows transcoding information from one sensory modality to another. In particular, in this work we used visual feedback to transmit an effective perception of the interaction forces to the surgeon. Until now, the use of visual modality for force feedback has not been carefully evaluated. For this reason, we conducted an experimental study to prove the potential benefits of using this modality and to understand the surgeons' perceptual preferences among different visual cues to improve their design. We performed a study with twenty-eight surgeons from various specialties and found that 96% of the users preferred visual feedback over no feedback. Based on a careful statistical, graphical, and perceptual analysis, we also provide user-centered recommendations for the design of visual displays for robotic surgical systems.

Creating Thermal Icons - A Model Based Approach

The objective of this set of experiments was to evaluate thermal pattern recognition on the hand and arm and to determine which features of thermal stimuli are encoded by cutaneous thermoreceptors and perceived by the user of a thermal display. Thermal icons were created by varying the direction, rate and magnitude of change in temperature. It was found that thermal icons were identified more accurately when presented on the thenar eminence or the wrist, as compared to the fingertips and that thermal patterns as brief as 8 s could be reliably identified. In these experiments, there was no difference in performance when identifying warm or cool stimuli. A dynamic model of the change in skin temperature as a function of the thermal input was developed based on linear system identification techniques. This model was able to predict the change in skin temperature from an unrelated experiment involving thermal icons. This opens the possibility of using a model-based approach to the development of thermal icons.

Comparison of Two Methods for Improving Distance Perception in Virtual Reality

Distance is commonly underperceived in virtual environments compared to real environments. Past work suggests that displaying a replica VE based on the real surrounding environment leads to more accurate judgments of distance, but that work has lacked the necessary control conditions to firmly make this conclusion. Other research indicates that walking through a VE with visual feedback improves judgments of distance and size. This study evaluated and compared those two methods for improving perceived distance in virtual environments (VEs). All participants experienced a replica VE based on the real lab. In one condition, participants visually previewed the real lab prior to experiencing the replica VE, and in another condition they did not. Participants performed blind-walking judgments of distance and also judgments of size in the replica VE before and after walking interaction. Distance judgments were more accurate in the preview compared to no preview condition, but size judgments were unaffected by visual preview. Distance judgments and size judgments increased after walking interaction, and the improvement was larger for distance than for size judgments. After walking interaction, distance judgments did not differ based on visual preview, and walking interaction led to a larger improvement in judged distance than did visual preview. These data suggest that walking interaction may be more effective than visual preview as a method for improving perceived space in a VE.

The Contribution of Stereoscopic and Motion Depth Cues to the Perception of Structures in 3D Point Clouds

Particle-based simulations are used across many science domains, and it is well known that stereoscopic viewing and kinetic depth enhance our ability to perceive the 3D structure of such data. But the relative advantages of stereo and kinetic depth have not been studied for point cloud data, although they have been studied for 3D networks. This paper reports two experiments assessing human ability to perceive 3D structures in point clouds as a function of different viewing parameters. In the first study the number of discrete views was varied to determine the extent to which smooth motion is needed. Also, half the trials had stereoscopic viewing and half had no stereo. The results showed kinetic depth to be more beneficial than stereo viewing so long as the motion was smooth. The second experiment varied the amplitude of oscillatory motion from zero to sixteen degrees. The results showed an increase in detection rate with amplitude, with the best amplitudes being four degrees and greater.

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