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Leaving the third dimension: no measurable evidence for cognitive aftereffects of stereoscopic 3D movies

Klaas Bombeke UGent, Jan Van Looy UGent, Arnaud Szmalec and Wouter Duyck UGent (2013) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION DISPLAY. 21(4). p.159-166
abstract
Stereoscopic 3D (S-3D) is becoming an increasingly important display technology. Parallel to this, concern about the potential negative effects of exposure to S-3D movies has been growing. Some manufacturers place disclaimers on their N=61) watched a full movie in either 2D or S-3D. Our results do not show evidence for cognitive aftereffects of S-3D movies. A second experiment (N=32) that focused on possible aftereffects on visual attention also failed to find reliable effects. We therefore conclude that cognitive functioning is not altered by watching an S-3D movie, at least not to an extent that is measurable through well-established cognitive tasks.
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keyword
TASK, SENSE, MEMORY, IMAGES, DESIGN, VISUAL FATIGUE, MENTAL ROTATION, stereoscopic 3D, aftereffects, spatial cognition, visual cognition, mental rotation, change detection, visually directed walking task
journal title
JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION DISPLAY
JSID
volume
21
issue
4
pages
159 - 166
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000332199400002
JCR category
ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC
JCR impact factor
0.798 (2013)
JCR rank
166/248 (2013)
JCR quartile
3 (2013)
ISSN
1071-0922
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
id
3232835
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-3232835
date created
2013-06-03 11:13:37
date last changed
2016-12-19 15:45:44
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  abstract     = {Stereoscopic 3D (S-3D) is becoming an increasingly important display technology. Parallel to this, concern about the potential negative effects of exposure to S-3D movies has been growing. Some manufacturers place disclaimers on their N=61) watched a full movie in either 2D or S-3D. Our results do not show evidence for cognitive aftereffects of S-3D movies. A second experiment (N=32) that focused on possible aftereffects on visual attention also failed to find reliable effects. We therefore conclude that cognitive functioning is not altered by watching an S-3D movie, at least not to an extent that is measurable through well-established cognitive tasks.},
  author       = {Bombeke, Klaas and Van Looy, Jan and Szmalec, Arnaud and Duyck, Wouter},
  issn         = {1071-0922},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION DISPLAY},
  keyword      = {TASK,SENSE,MEMORY,IMAGES,DESIGN,VISUAL FATIGUE,MENTAL ROTATION,stereoscopic 3D,aftereffects,spatial cognition,visual cognition,mental rotation,change detection,visually directed walking task},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {159--166},
  title        = {Leaving the third dimension: no measurable evidence for cognitive aftereffects of stereoscopic 3D movies},
  volume       = {21},
  year         = {2013},
}

Chicago
Bombeke, Klaas, Jan Van Looy, Arnaud Szmalec, and Wouter Duyck. 2013. “Leaving the Third Dimension: No Measurable Evidence for Cognitive Aftereffects of Stereoscopic 3D Movies.” Journal of the Society for Information Display 21 (4): 159–166.
APA
Bombeke, K., Van Looy, J., Szmalec, A., & Duyck, W. (2013). Leaving the third dimension: no measurable evidence for cognitive aftereffects of stereoscopic 3D movies. JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION DISPLAY, 21(4), 159–166.
Vancouver
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Bombeke K, Van Looy J, Szmalec A, Duyck W. Leaving the third dimension: no measurable evidence for cognitive aftereffects of stereoscopic 3D movies. JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION DISPLAY. 2013;21(4):159–66.
MLA
Bombeke, Klaas, Jan Van Looy, Arnaud Szmalec, et al. “Leaving the Third Dimension: No Measurable Evidence for Cognitive Aftereffects of Stereoscopic 3D Movies.” JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION DISPLAY 21.4 (2013): 159–166. Print.