1 October 2007 Three-dimensional imaging system based on a light-emitting diode array
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Optical Engineering, 46(10), 103205 (2007). doi:10.1117/1.2780150
Abstract
A two-dimensional light-emitting diode array is used to replace the viewing-zone-forming optics in-multiview full-parallax three-dimensional image display systems. Since the array is not working merely as the viewing-zone-forming optics but also as the backlight panel for the liquid-crystal display (LCD) panel, it allows constructing three-dimensional imaging systems having the same structure as the current LCD display. The designed system displays images with good depth sense.
Jung-Young Son, Vladimir V. Saveljev, Dae-Sik Kim, Yong-Moo Kwon, Shin-Hwan Kim, "Three-dimensional imaging system based on a light-emitting diode array," Optical Engineering 46(10), 103205 (1 October 2007). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2780150
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Light emitting diodes

3D image processing

LCDs

Imaging systems

3D displays

Transparency

Image segmentation

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