28 July 1981 Autostereoscopic Film Display
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Proceedings Volume 0271, Advances in Display Technology II; (1981) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.931761
Event: 1981 Los Angeles Technical Symposium, 1980, Los Angeles, United States
Three dimensional projected film displays without glasses are now possible as a result of recent developments in autostereoscopy of the parallax panoramagram type. These dis-plays have the features of: full color; excellent resolution; horizontal parallax; con-ventional illumination sources; recording with conventional filming techniques; and in some cases, full motion. The applications include: three dimensional aerial and satellite reconnaisance pictures; 3D computerized axial tomography displays for medicine, seismology and industrial purposes; scientific stereoscopic displays; and educational, advertizing and entertainment slides and motion pictures in depth. A Stereorama film projector has been developed, which back projects a sequence of slides on to a lenticular-type screen. A motion picture projector is being designed.
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James F. Butterfield, James F. Butterfield, } "Autostereoscopic Film Display", Proc. SPIE 0271, Advances in Display Technology II, (28 July 1981); doi: 10.1117/12.931761; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.931761


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