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13 December 1983 Transmission Of Tri-Dimensional Moving Pictures
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Proceedings Volume 0402, Three-Dimensional Imaging; (1983)
Event: 1983 International Technical Conference/Europe, 1983, Geneva, Switzerland
This paper presents a black and white stereoscopic system using a stereo pair of T.V. cameras and an electronic display. The stereo pair of T.V. cameras is first described. A good calibration of observed objects has been obtained by using two rigidly connected solid-state cameras as sensors (Charge Coupled Devices) with 25 mm lenses. A 256 x 256 pixels two-dimensional image is formed by multiplexing two 128 x 256 pixels left and right pictures. The viewing system consists of a 256 x 256 cells liquid cristal display and a lenticular screen. The two dimensional image is displayed on the flat screen and projected in the focal plane of the lenticular screen. The liquid cristal used in this experiment has 32 grey levels and the lenticular screen has 128 half-cylindrical 4 mm lenses. The process requires to transmit only one video signal and digital techniques have been chosen for transmission.
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Jacques Guichard "Transmission Of Tri-Dimensional Moving Pictures", Proc. SPIE 0402, Three-Dimensional Imaging, (13 December 1983);


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