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22 May 2007 Multi-user 3D display using a head tracker and RGB laser illumination source
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Proceedings Volume 6637, XV International Symposium on Advanced Display Technologies; 66370O (2007) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.742916
Event: XV International Symposium on Advanced Display Technologies, 2006, Moscow, Russian Federation
Abstract
A glasses-free (auto-stereoscopic) 3D display that will serve several viewers who have freedom of movement over a large viewing region is described. This operates on the principle of employing head position tracking to provide regions referred to as exit pupils that follow the positions ofthe viewers' eyes in order for appropriate left and right images to be seen. A non-intrusive multi-user head tracker controls the light sources of a specially designed backlight that illuminates a direct-view LCD.
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Phil Surman, Ian Sexton, Klaus Hopf, Richard Bates, Wing Kai Lee, and Edward Buckley "Multi-user 3D display using a head tracker and RGB laser illumination source", Proc. SPIE 6637, XV International Symposium on Advanced Display Technologies, 66370O (22 May 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.742916
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