Investigation of the beat rate effect on frame rate for animated content

Authors: Hulusić, V., Czanner, G., Debattista, K., Sikudova, E., Dubla, P. and Chalmers, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/30379/

Journal: Proceedings of the 25th Spring Conference on Computer Graphics

Pages: 151-159

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Authors: Hulusić, V., Czanner, G., Debattista, K., Sikudova, E., Dubla, P. and Chalmers, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/30379/

Journal: Proceedings - SCCG 2009: 25th Spring Conference on Computer Graphics

Pages: 151-159

ISBN: 9781450307697

DOI: 10.1145/1980462.1980493

Knowledge of the Human Visual System (HVS) may be exploited in computer graphics to significantly reduce rendering times without the viewer being aware of any resultant image quality difference. Furthermore, cross-modal effects, that is the influence of one sensory input on another, for example sound and visuals, have also recently been shown to have a substantial impact on viewer perception of image quality. In this paper we investigate the relationship between audio beat rate and video frame rate in order to manipulate temporal visual perception. This represents an initial step towards establishing a comprehensive understanding for the audio-visual integration in multisensory environments. Copyright © 2009 by the Association for Computing Machinery Inc.

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