2 February 2011 Development of high-frame-rate LED panel and its applications for stereoscopic 3D display
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In this paper, we report development of a high-frame-rate LED display. Full-color images are refreshed at 480 frames per second. In order to transmit such a high frame-rate signal via conventional 120-Hz DVI, we have introduced a spatiotemporal mapping of image signal. A processor of LED image signal and FPGAs in LED modules have been reprogrammed so that four adjacent pixels in the input image are converted into successive four fields. The pitch of LED panel is 20 mm. The developed 480-fps LED display is utilized for stereoscopic 3D display by use of parallax barrier. The horizontal resolution of a viewed image decreases to one-half by the parallax barrier. This degradation is critical for LED because the pitch of LED displays is as large as tens of times of other flat panel displays. We have conducted experiments to improve quality of the viewed image through the parallax barrier. The improvement is based on interpolation by afterimages. It is shown that the HFR LED provides detailed afterimages. Furthermore, the HFR LED has been utilized for unconscious imaging, which provide a sensation of discovery of conscious visual information from unconscious images.
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H. Yamamoto, H. Yamamoto, M. Tsutsumi, M. Tsutsumi, R. Yamamoto, R. Yamamoto, K. Kajimoto, K. Kajimoto, S. Suyama, S. Suyama, } "Development of high-frame-rate LED panel and its applications for stereoscopic 3D display", Proc. SPIE 7956, Advances in Display Technologies; and E-papers and Flexible Displays, 79560R (2 February 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.874702; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.874702
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