8 June 1988 Nineteen-Inch Parallactiscope
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Proceedings Volume 0902, Three-Dimensional Imaging and Remote Sensing Imaging; (1988) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.944756
Event: 1988 Los Angeles Symposium: O-E/LASE '88, 1988, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Abstract
Parallactiscopes (parallactic oscilloscopes) produce holoform (hologram-like) images in real time by reconstructing ray directions with a horizontally-scanned vertical slit. The slit causes each narrow vertical zone on the CRT screen to be keyed to a unique viewing direction, thus presenting a different total image to each of the many eyes of a group of observers. As a direct result of the process, stereo and movement parallax are produced automatically and without any observer constraints or observer-worn hardware being necessary. Solid models (opaque images) can be displayed as well as wire-frame (transparent) models. Viewing angles up to ±45 degrees off axis are readily accommodated. This paper describes the latest in a line of parallactiscopes designed, built, and demonstrated by the author. It incorporates a 19-inch electrostatically-deflected CRT.
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Homer B Tilton, "Nineteen-Inch Parallactiscope", Proc. SPIE 0902, Three-Dimensional Imaging and Remote Sensing Imaging, (8 June 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.944756; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.944756
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