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4 April 2008 3D display applications for defense and security
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Displays used for defense and security can often be a critical component in analysis where image data needs to be converted to actionable information with accuracy and speed. In situations where complex and/or time-critical image data are being processed, 3D displays have been historically used to maximize accuracy, comprehension and efficiency in the analysis process, and could be used more widely today. While the ideal 3D display technology does not yet exist, viable 3D display products have become available in recent years for many applications. These new products are driven by advancements in display technology at large. This paper will provide a brief overview of 3D perception and imaging, an overview of current 3D display technology and a discussion of current and potential near term applications for 3D displays.
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Scott D. Robinson and Patrick J. Green "3D display applications for defense and security", Proc. SPIE 6956, Display Technologies and Applications for Defense, Security, and Avionics II, 69560B (4 April 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.785009
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