Cutting-Edge VR/AR Display Technologies (Gaze-, Accommodation-, Motion-aware and HDR-enabled)

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Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 2:15pm - 6:00pm
Venue: Hall D1 (1F, D Block)
Session Chair(s): Carol O'Sullivan, Trinity College, Dublin,


Cutting-Edge VR/AR Display Technologies (Gaze-, Accommodation-, Motion-aware and HDR-enabled)

Abstract: Near-eye (VR/AR) displays suffer from technical, interaction as well as visual quality issues which hinder their commercial potential. This tutorial will deliver an overview of cutting-edge VR/AR display technologies, focusing on technical, interaction and perceptual issues which, if solved, will drive the next generation of display technologies. The most recent advancements in near-eye displays will be presented providing (i) correct accommodation cues, (ii) near-eye varifocal AR, (iii) high dynamic range rendition, (iv) gaze-aware capabilities, either predictive or based on eye-tracking as well as (v) motion-awareness. Future avenues for academic and industrial research related to the next generation of AR/VR display technologies will be analyzed.

Authors/Presenter(s): George Alex Koulieris, Durham University, United Kingdom
George Alex Koulieris, Durham University, United Kingdom
Kaan Aksit, NVIDIA, United States of America
Christian Richardt, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Rafal Mantiuk, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom


 

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