3 May 2000 Developments in StereoJet technology
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We describe here advances in the development of the StereoJet process, which provides stereoscopic hardcopy comprising paired back-to-back digital images produced by inkjet printing. The polarizing images are viewed with conventional 3D glasses. Image quality has benefitted greatly from advances in inkjet printing technology. Recent innovations include simplified antighosting procedures; precision pin registration; and production of large format display images. Applications include stills from stereoscopic motion pictures, molecule modeling, stereo microscopy, medical imaging, CAD imaging, computer-generated art, and pictorial stereo photography. Accelerated aging test indicate longevity of StereoJet images in the range 35- 100 years. The commercial introduction of custom StereoJet through licensed service bureaus was initiated in 1999.
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Julius J. Scarpetti, Julius J. Scarpetti, Philip M. DuBois, Philip M. DuBois, Richard M. Friedhoff, Richard M. Friedhoff, Vivian K. Walworth, Vivian K. Walworth, } "Developments in StereoJet technology", Proc. SPIE 3957, Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VII, (3 May 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.384454; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.384454


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