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17 May 2013 Light intensity simulation in real space by viewing locations for autostereoscopic display design
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Autostereoscopy is a common method for providing 3D perception to viewers without glasses. They produce 3D images with a wide perspective, and can achieve the effect of observing different images visible on the same plane from difference point of view. In autostereoscopic displays, crosstalk occurs when incomplete isolation of the left and right images so that one leakage into the other. This paper addresses a light intensity simulator that can calculate crosstalk according to variable viewing positions by automatically tracking heads of viewers. In doing so, we utilize head tracking technique based on infrared laser sensors to detect the observers' viewing positions. Preliminary results show that the proposed system was appropriate to be operated in designing the autostereoscopic displays ensuring human safety.
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Jungguen Jo, Kwang-Hoon Lee, Dong-Su Lee, Min-Chul Park, Jung-Young Son, and Byeong-Kwon Ju "Light intensity simulation in real space by viewing locations for autostereoscopic display design", Proc. SPIE 8738, Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display 2013, 87380E (17 May 2013); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2017713
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