Head-Mounted Displays: Designing for the User

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Gain a solid understanding of the optical, imaging, anthropometric, and safety features of head-mounted displays. Expert contributors show you how to link user performance to critical system parameters. . .fit HMD devices to a diverse range of head shapes and sizes. . .asses the limits of head-supported weight and size. . .present high-quality imagery. . .prevent eye strain and fatigue with well-aligned imagery. . .use the correct model for presenting stereoscopic imagery. . .and more. HMD visual displays, image alignment, head and neck strain and brain-actuated control are explored in depth.

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Create optimum HMDs for the 21st century! You have found the first guide to head-mounted displays (HMDs) that places the emphasis where it belongs--on the end-user. This volume addresses key disciplines for future head-mounted virtual reality (VR), industrial and military display systems. It gives you a solid understanding of factors critical to end-user acceptance: user-centered design, imaging and optics, anthropometry, safety, human factors, visual perception, and system testing. Expert contributors focus on end-user needs to help you meet the toughest challenges of designing HMDs. They show you how to: Lind human task performance to HMD system properties; Make the right design trade-offs to optimize human performance; Present high-quality, well-aligned imagery; Accomodate a diverse range of head shapes and sizes; Assess limits for head-supported weight and size; Use correct models to present stereoscopic imagery; Test HMDs for utility and user acceptance. HMD visual displays, image alignment, head and neck strain, and brain-actuated control are explored indepth. You also have access to a superb categorization of HMD optical design, and a state-of-the-art model for stereoscopic viewing. From basic optical parameters to supporting HMDs with head-tracking data, this guide covers the important aspects of designing cutting-edge HMDs for the designer, user, and buyer of next-generation devices and systems.

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