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Sensor and Display Human Factors Based Design Constraints for Head Mounted and Tele-Operation Systems
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 105 Barton Hall 3400 N, Charles St. Baltimore, MA 21218, USA
Human Research and Engineering Directorate, Soldier Performance Division, Visual and Auditory Processes Branch, Spatial Perception Research Team, RDRL-HRS-S Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005, USA
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Received: 2 December 2010; in revised form: 5 January 2011 / Accepted: 11 January 2011 / Published: 27 January 2011
Abstract: For mobile imaging systems in head mounted displays and tele-operation systems it is important to maximize the amount of visual information transmitted to the human visual system without exceeding its input capacity. This paper aims to describe the design constraints on the imager and display systems of head mounted devices and tele-operated systems based upon the capabilities of the human visual system. We also present the experimental results of methods to improve the amount of visual information conveyed to a user when trying to display a high dynamic range image on a low dynamic range display.
Keywords: high dynamic range; tone mapping; sensor design; human factors; head mounted; mobile sensor; tele-operation; human visual system
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Harrison, A.; Mullins, L.; Etienne-Cummings, R. Sensor and Display Human Factors Based Design Constraints for Head Mounted and Tele-Operation Systems. Sensors 2011, 11, 1589-1606.
Harrison A, Mullins L, Etienne-Cummings R. Sensor and Display Human Factors Based Design Constraints for Head Mounted and Tele-Operation Systems. Sensors. 2011; 11(2):1589-1606.
Harrison, Andre; Mullins, Linda; Etienne-Cummings, Ralph. 2011. "Sensor and Display Human Factors Based Design Constraints for Head Mounted and Tele-Operation Systems." Sensors 11, no. 2: 1589-1606.