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21 April 2006 Residual lens effects in 2D mode of auto-stereoscopic lenticular-based switchable 2D/3D displays
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We discuss residual lens effects in multi-view switchable auto-stereoscopic lenticular-based 2D/3D displays. With the introduction of a switchable lenticular, it is possible to switch between a 2D mode and a 3D mode. The 2D mode displays conventional content, whereas the 3D mode provides the sensation of depth to the viewer. The uniformity of a display in the 2D mode is quantified by the quality parameter modulation depth. In order to reduce the modulation depth in the 2D mode, birefringent lens plates are investigated analytically and numerically, by ray tracing. We can conclude that the modulation depth in the 2D mode can be substantially decreased by using birefringent lens plates with a perfect index match between lens material and lens plate. Birefringent lens plates do not disturb the 3D performance of a switchable 2D/3D display.
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M. Sluijter, W. L. IJzerman, D. K. G. de Boer, and S. T. de Zwart "Residual lens effects in 2D mode of auto-stereoscopic lenticular-based switchable 2D/3D displays", Proc. SPIE 6196, Photonics in Multimedia, 61960I (21 April 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.661663
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