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Processing and visualizing DTI data stereoscopically is feasible, and an initial survey of users indicated that stereoscopic DTI visualization is more intuitive than the color coded orientation maps to humans with normal stereoscopic vision. The tool enables the use of color to indicate the FA values along WM fiber tracts, providing an intuitive technique to visually assess the integrity of the tracts.
Perceived size and perceived distance in stereoscopic vision and an Analysis of their causal relations.
Yet despite these limitations, we were able to successfully marsupialize the vallecular cyst under enhanced stereoscopic vision.
The stereoscopic vision is realized through the use of the large projection screen called an Immersadesk that achieves three-dimensional viewing through the use of special glasses called Crystaleyes.
As well as stereoscopic vision, it has an extendable arm fitted with tools for examining rock samples.
As well as stereoscopic vision, the rover has an extendable arm fitted with tools for grinding out and examining rock samples.
Like humans, they have forward-facing eyes that give them three-dimensional, stereoscopic vision. But unlike humans, they can't move their eyes in their sockets.
Philips is working on ` ludic robots' that try to be unpredictable, amusing companions; Sony's AIBO dog has already spawned a new generation of smarter artificial canines; and the company has demonstrated its bipedal, humanoid SDR-4X, which can recognise faces and up to 60, 000 words, work out a path across a room using its stereoscopic vision and do a funky dance.
As the eye moves across the lenticular image, the lens refracts the images beneath it, revealing a sequence of images and generating a three-dimensional effect (similar to the principles of stereoscopic vision in which the illusion of depth is obtained by superimposing two slightly different images).
They offer the ability to observe and manipulate industrial samples and life science specimens using stereoscopic vision. They also offer long working distances and relatively large fields of view.
The interaction effect reflects the fact that stereoscopic vision reduces positioning errors by 36% (relative to monoscopic vision) under virtual hand control and by 46% under cursor conditions.