VRVision: A new tool for the display of 3-D images in behavioral research

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Authors: Ward, J. and Liu, C.H.

Journal: Behav Res Methods

Volume: 37

Issue: 3

Pages: 464-469

ISSN: 1554-351X

Researchers using three-dimensional (3-D) scenes in their studies often spend a lot of time prerendering the scenes into a set of images for later presentations. To improve efficiency, we have developed a new plug-in program for MATLAB that eliminates this step. The program is able to manipulate and present 3-D scenes in real time. It allows fine control over numerous parameters, including the mode of projection, angular rotation, lighting, surface photo textures, and animation. Images can be presented with monoscopic or stereoscopic display. It can also dynamically track viewer position and update and display an appropriate 3-D projection. The program is fully compatible with existing MATLAB utilities such as the Psychophysics Toolbox (psychtoolbox.org). It is made freely available to the research community (www.hive.hull .ac.uk/software/vrvision).

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Authors: Ward, J. and Liu, C.H.

Journal: Behavior Research Methods

Volume: 37

Issue: 3

Pages: 464-469

ISSN: 1554-351X

DOI: 10.3758/BF03192715

Researchers using three-dimensional (3-D) scenes in their studies often spend alot of time prerendering the scenes into a set of images for later presentations. To improve efficiency, we have developed a new plugin program for MATLAB that eliminates this step. The program is able to manipulate and present3-Dscenes in real time. It allows fine control over numerous parameters, including the mode of projection, angular rotation, lighting, surface photo textures, and animation. Images can be presented with monoscopic or stereoscopic display. It can also dynamically track viewer position and update and display an appropriate 3-D projection. The program is fully compatible with existing MATLAB utilities such as the Psychophysics Toolbox (psychtoolbox.org). It is made freely available to the research community (www.hive.hull.ac.uk/software/ vrvision). Copyright 2005 Psychonomic Society, Inc.

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Authors: Ward, J. and Liu, C.H.

Journal: BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS

Volume: 37

Issue: 3

Pages: 464-469

ISSN: 1554-351X

DOI: 10.3758/BF03192715

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Authors: Ward, J. and Liu, C.H.

Journal: Behavior research methods

Volume: 37

Issue: 3

Pages: 464-469

eISSN: 1554-3528

ISSN: 1554-351X

Researchers using three-dimensional (3-D) scenes in their studies often spend a lot of time prerendering the scenes into a set of images for later presentations. To improve efficiency, we have developed a new plug-in program for MATLAB that eliminates this step. The program is able to manipulate and present 3-D scenes in real time. It allows fine control over numerous parameters, including the mode of projection, angular rotation, lighting, surface photo textures, and animation. Images can be presented with monoscopic or stereoscopic display. It can also dynamically track viewer position and update and display an appropriate 3-D projection. The program is fully compatible with existing MATLAB utilities such as the Psychophysics Toolbox (psychtoolbox.org). It is made freely available to the research community (www.hive.hull .ac.uk/software/vrvision).

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