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31 October 2014 Design of HD binocular stereo display system based on ARM11
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Based on the characteristics of a 0.5'' micro AM-OLED and the binocular parallax principle of human being, a HD stereo display system was designed using hardware platform of ARM11 and embedded Linux as the operating system. System used S3C6410 as the MCU. Side-by-Side or Top-and-Bottom 3D video source, which inputted from the HDMI or SD card, was converted to the Frame Timing Mode and Field Timing Mode video format, which processed through the video coding algorithm. At the same time, the outputting 3D synchronous signal controlled the left and right AM-OLED to receive corresponding parallactic images. HD stereo video sources achieved an improvement effect on the dual AM-OLED after the optical system amplified, which presented an image distance equivalent to the human eyes 2.5 meters, the diagonal dimension of 46 feet natural lifelike scene in front of the user. Combined synchronous signal with Frame Timing Mode and Field Timing Mode, the HD binocular stereo system displayed a preferable result for the customs.
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Bin Zhuo, Junsheng Shi, Yonghang Tai, and Lijun Yun "Design of HD binocular stereo display system based on ARM11", Proc. SPIE 9273, Optoelectronic Imaging and Multimedia Technology III, 92732Y (31 October 2014);


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