1 September 1990 New advances in computer-generated barrier-strip autostereography
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This paper discusses (1) a new proofing methodofprinting Cibachrome from monochrome films, producing higher saturation, spatial resolution, and dimensional stability; (2) experiments with inks and materials for mass printing of barrier-strip and lenticular autostereograms; (3) photographic enlargement and barrier-strip scaling; (4) techniques for combining photographs of real objects with computer backgrounds; and (5) the mathematics of projection and interleaving cylindrical (non planar) autostereograms producing up to a 360° viewing angle.
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Stephan B. Meyers, Stephan B. Meyers, Daniel J. Sandin, Daniel J. Sandin, William T. Cunnally, William T. Cunnally, Ellen R. Sandor, Ellen R. Sandor, Thomas A. DeFanti, Thomas A. DeFanti, "New advances in computer-generated barrier-strip autostereography", Proc. SPIE 1256, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications, (1 September 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.19914; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.19914
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