How can Extended Reality Help Individuals with Depth Misperception?

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2023-01-03
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Kazemi, Gholamhossein
Stendal, Karen
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Despite the recent actual uses of Extended Reality (XR) in treatment of patients, some areas are less explored. One gap in research is how XR can improve depth perception for patients. Accordingly, the depth perception process in XR settings and in human vision are explored and trackers, visual sensors, and displays as assistive tools of XR settings are scrutinized to extract their potentials in influencing users’ depth perception experience. Depth perception enhancement is relying not only on depth perception algorithms, but also on visualization algorithms, display new technologies, computation power enhancements, and vision apparatus neural mechanism knowledge advancements. Finally, it is discussed that XR holds assistive features not only for the improvement of vision impairments but also for the diagnosis part. Although, each specific patient requires a specific set of XR setting due to different neural or cognition reactions in different individuals with same the disease.
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Personal Health and Wellness Management with Technologies, depth misperception, extended reality, impairment
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Proceedings of the 56th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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