Abstract

Three-dimensional (3D) crosstalk is one of the main causes of visual fatigue and needs to be suppressed. The 3D crosstalk can be categorized into two different kinds according to its appearance-additive 3D crosstalk and subtractive 3D crosstalk. In this paper, we analyze the influence of different kinds of 3D crosstalk to the perceived level of visual fatigue in order to suppress the perceived 3D crosstalk effectively.

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