Metaverse: A dilemma between comfort, immersion, and value (part 2)

Toward a global human perception model; reducing a trillion-dollar question into a few equations

Table 1. Nine main visual sensory parameters and their saturation points. The curves toward these saturation points are also usually sublinear, such that the closer you are to the saturation point, the more incremental of an improvement you notice. That is, these parameters all have diminishing returns. Parameter values extracted from Ultimate Specifications for AR Displays with Passive Optics [16].
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