Date of Award

12-1984

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Vision Science

Committee Chair

Niles Roth

Abstract

Unequal retinal illuminances and target contrasts and ghost images of anaglyphs are known to affect binocular vision. These properties were studied in red-green anaglyphic materials. For all three pairs of red-green glasses tested the relative photometric flux passed by the green lens was higher than that of the red. Differences ranged from 15.3% to 33.1%. In all combinations tested, contrast was also higher through the green lens when viewing red acetate than it was for the red lens when viewing green acetate. This suggests that red-green anaglyphic materials can affect binocular vision by altering the equality of retinal illuminances and by affecting suppression tendencies.

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Optometry Commons

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