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30 March 1995 Simplification of infrared illumination of stereoscopic liquid crystal TV
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Stereoscopic, multi-parallax, electro-holographic and multi-planar methods are no glasses methods as real-time 3D imaging devices. These methods except stereoscopic need several parallax images or several plane images for their 3D image component. It is known there are many problems for taking and transmission of their 3D images. As for stereoscopic method using lenticular sheet limits the position of the viewers and/or is impossible to observation of the 3D image by several persons simultaneously. Conventional our method Stereoscopic Liquid Crystal TV does not have such above drawbacks but has difficulty to enlarge the size of the 3D image output screen and still remains improvement of the infrared illuminating system for the observers and the image taking system of the TV because of its characteristics of the system components. Two infrared TV cameras and two infrared lumps are necessary for the conventional method. But in this time we produced new methods necessary an infrared TV camera and an infrared lump.
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Yoko Nishida, Tomohiko Hattori, Shigeru Omori, Jun Suzuki, Kunimasa Katayama, and Sadayuki Sakuma "Simplification of infrared illumination of stereoscopic liquid crystal TV", Proc. SPIE 2409, Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems II, (30 March 1995); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.205848
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