An Investigation of Head Motion and Perceptual Motion Cues' Influence on User Depth Perception of Augmented Reality Neurosurgical Simulators
25th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces, VR 2018 - Proceedings
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Training and planning for neurosurgeries necessitate many requirements from junior neurosurgeons, including perceptual capacities. An effective method of deliberate training is to replicate the required procedures using neurosurgical simulation tools and visualizing a three-dimensional (3D) workspace. However, Augmented Reality (AR) neurosurgical simulators become obsolete for a variety of reasons, including users' distance underestimation. Few investigations have been conducted for improving users' depth perception in AR systems with perceptual motion cues through neurosurgical simulation tools for planning aid purposes. In this poster, we are reporting a user study about whether head motion and perceptual motion cues have any an influence on users' depth perception.