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The Perception of Distance in Simulated Visual Displays:A Comparison of the Effectiveness and Accuracy of Multiple Depth Cues Across Viewing Distances



The Perception of Distance in Simulated Visual Displays:A Comparison of the Effectiveness and Accuracy of Multiple Depth Cues Across Viewing Distances



Presence Teleoperators & Virtual Environments 6(5): 513-531




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DOI: 10.1162/pres.1997.6.5.513


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