From the mediaX Conference “The Experience of Immersion”, Gordon Wetzstein with the Department of Electrical Engineering and leader of the Stanford Computational Imaging Group examines how VR displays must overcome the prevalent issue of visual discomfort to provide high-quality and comfortable user experiences. In particular, the mismatch between vergence and accommodation cues inherent to most stereoscopic displays has been a long standing challenge.
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