Re-defining a pattern: Stereoscopic web perception

D. G. Zúñiga, A. Chistyakov, J. Carrabina

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In this paper we focus on the creation of a tool that alows us to put stereoscopic depth into a web page. We also explore with an experiment to what extent this stereoscopic depth may control a users gaze pattern while performing a search task. The tool uses HTML5 to create 3D stimuli compatible with stereo displays. The stimuli created consists of a search engine result page created in a 2D and 3D side by side format. We then test the stimuli with eye tracking equipment and perform a questionnaire that gathers information about participants opinion towards a stereoscopic 3D experience. While this experiment is a first pilot and more research is needed, it is indicative of user behavior. In this paper we describe preparations for the study, hardware and software tools used to carry out the experiment, and results analysis.
Original languageEnglish
Article number6827881
Pages (from-to)514-519
JournalIEEE Latin America Transactions
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2014


  • 3D
  • HTML5
  • eye tracking
  • human factors
  • interface
  • search engine
  • stereoscopic
  • stereoscopic 3D
  • user interface
  • web
  • web page


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