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An analysis in the correlation between frontal lobes/occipital lobes parts' neural waves in case of 3D syndrome outbreak while watching 3D object

Title
An analysis in the correlation between frontal lobes/occipital lobes parts' neural waves in case of 3D syndrome outbreak while watching 3D object
Authors
Shin, Jeong-HoonLee, Sang-minKim, Dong-Ju
DGIST Authors
Kim, Dong-Ju
Issue Date
2012
Citation
International Journal of Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering, 7(2), 403-408
Type
Article
Article Type
Article
Keywords
3-D Image3D Object3D TechnologyBrainBrain WaveBroadcasting TechnologiesCorrelationDetection SystemFrontal LobeFrontal LobesImage ContentOccipital LobeOptical CorrelationResearchResearch PapersSide EffectTechnologyThree DimensionalTurning PointsVisual FatigueVisual Fatigue Level Measurement
ISSN
1975-0080
Abstract
3D image technology advancement served as the turning point that shows the potential of the 3D technology to be used for next generation broadcasting technology. Due to this reason, diverse image contents were produced using 3D technology, but side-effects began to surface while watching 3D image contents. Some users complained of fatigue, dizziness, and nausea while viewing the contents produced in 3D. As such, researches are underway on the 3D syndrome symptoms detection. However, the reality is that there are not many researches that address basic measures and the technologies themselves. Accordingly, this research paper analyzed the correlation of the brain wave signals at the frontal lobe/occipital lobe parts to analyze the change in the brain wave signal during 3D image viewing when 3D syndrome occurs and to realize the automatic 3D syndrome detection system with the key findings.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/2282
Publisher
Security Engineering Research Support Center
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Collection:
Division of IoT∙Robotics Convergence Research1. Journal Articles


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