24 October 2017 Demonstration of arbitrary views based on autostereoscopic three-dimensional display system
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Proceedings Volume 10459, AOPC 2017: Optical Storage and Display Technology; 104590Q (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2284902
Event: Applied Optics and Photonics China (AOPC2017), 2017, Beijing, China
Abstract
A method to realize arbitrary views for the lenticular lens array based on autostereoscopic three-dimensional display system is demonstrated. Normally, the number of views is proportional to pitch of the lenticular lens array. Increasing the number of views will result in reducing resolution and enhancing of granular sensation. 32 dense views can be achieved with one lenticular lens pitch covering 5.333 sub-pixels, which does significantly increases the number of views without affecting the resolution. But the structure of pitch and the number of views are fixed. Here, the 3D display method that the number of views can be changed artificially for most structures of lenticular lens is presented. Compared with the previous 32 views display method, the smoothness of motion parallex and the display depth of field are significantly improved.
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Boyang Liu, Boyang Liu, Xinzhu Sang, Xinzhu Sang, Xunbo Yu, Xunbo Yu, Liu Li, Liu Li, Le Yang, Le Yang, Binbin Yan, Binbin Yan, Kuiru Wang, Kuiru Wang, Chongxiu Yu, Chongxiu Yu, } "Demonstration of arbitrary views based on autostereoscopic three-dimensional display system", Proc. SPIE 10459, AOPC 2017: Optical Storage and Display Technology, 104590Q (24 October 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2284902; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2284902
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