Display technologies for enabling depth
perception in viewers, applications for 3D displays, 3D content
generation, measurement and characterization of 3D systems, and
their human factors. This year a stereoscopic projection system
will be available in the 3D sessions to enable presenters to show
3D footage to complement their talks.
• 3D TV
• Mobile 3D Systems
• Autostereoscopic and Multi-View Displays
• Directional Backlights
• Volumetric Displays
• Holographic Display Technologies & Algorithms
• Integral Imaging
• Novel 3D Display Approaches
• Glasses-Based Stereoscopic Displays: Shutter,
Polarization, and Color-Separation Based
• Characterization of 3D Displays: Crosstalk, Luminance
• Human Depth Perception, Comfort, or Performance When
• Applications for 3D Displays
• 3D Cinema
• 3D Gaming, and Interactivity
• 3D Content Generation and Conversion: Animated Films,
• Light-Field Displays and Computation
• Capturing 3D: Stereoscopic Cameras, Plenoptic Cameras,
and Multi-Camera Systems
||Wide-Field-of-View Compressive Light-Field Display Using a Multilayered
||Architecture and Viewer Tracking
Gordon Wetzstein, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA
|ABSTRACT: An extension of these light-field displays is described where the narrow-view cones follow the viewer, creating a wide apparent field of view. By using more efficient optimization and commodity tracking hardware and software, a real-time glasses-free 3D display that offers a 110 x 45° field of view has been demonstrated.
||Dual-Layer Three-Dimensional Display with Enhanced Resolution
Na-Young Jo, Inha University, Incheon, South Korea
|ABSTRACT: A novel dual-layer three-dimensional display system is proposed. The proposed system consists of two LC panels with a lenticular lens sheet between them. The experimental result shows that the proposed system can present a three-dimensional image without any resolution reduction of a conventional two-view display.
||Plasmonic Hologram Based on Bilayer Metallic Nanowire Gratings
Zhi-cheng Ye, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
|ABSTRACT: Holographic images were created with high contrast and low noise by the enhancement of surface plasmon wave guiding effect. The holograms are sensitive to polarization for compatibility with future LCDs and can be reconstructed using white light.
||Motion Artifacts on 240-Hz OLED Stereoscopic 3D Displays
Paul Johnson, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA
|ABSTRACT: The visibility of motion artifacts -- judder, motion blur, and edge banding -- on a 240-Hz stereoscopic OLED display has been examined. From psychophysical experiments, the impact of content frame rate, flash number, panel frame rate, and duty cycle were assessed.