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  • Some aspects of visual discomfort 

    O'Hare, Louise (University of St Andrews, 2013-06-25) - Thesis
    Visual discomfort is the adverse sensations, such as headaches and eyestrain, encountered on viewing certain stimuli. These sensations can arise under certain viewing conditions, such as stereoscopic viewing and prolonged ...
  • Two independent mechanisms for motion-in-depth perception : evidence from individual differences 

    Nefs, Harold; O'Hare, Louise; Harris, Julie (2010-10-12) - Journal article
    Our forward-facing eyes allow us the advantage of binocular visual information: using the tiny differences between right and left eye views to learn about depth and location in three dimensions. Our visual systems also ...
  • Uncomfortable images produce non-sparse responses in a model of primary visual cortex 

    Hibbard, Paul B.; O'Hare, Louise (2015-02-25) - Journal article
    The processing of visual information by the nervous system requires significant metabolic resources. To minimize the energy needed, our visual system appears to be optimized to encode typical natural images as efficiently ...
  • Visual discomfort and blur 

    O'Hare, Louise; Hibbard, Paul Barry (2013-04-10) - Journal article
    Certain visual stimuli, such as striped patterns and filtered noise, have been reported to be uncomfortable. Some filtered noise patterns judged as uncomfortable are those with a relative decrease in contrast amplitude at ...
  • Visual discomfort and depth-of-field 

    O'Hare, Louise; Hibbard, Paul Barry; Zhang, Tingting; Nefs, Harold T. (2013) - Journal article
    Visual discomfort has been reported for certain visual stimuli and under particular viewing conditions, such as stereoscopic viewing. In stereoscopic viewing, visual discomfort can be caused by a conflict between accommodation ...