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This special topic will focus on 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. For those coming to Display Week 2013 to learn all about this emerging technology and how it will shape of the displays of the future, the following list of activities relative to this area is intended to guide you through Display Week.

Sunday Short Courses (May 19)

S-2: Fundamentals of 3D Computer Vision and Applications to Interactive Devices
Achintya K. Bhowmik, Director of Perceptual Computing and Solutions
Intel Corp., Santa Clara, CA, USA

Monday Technical/Applications Seminars (May 20)

M-13: Liquid-Crystal Technology for 3D Displays
Phil Bos, Liquid-Crystal Institute, Kent State University, Kent, OH, USA
M-18: Signal Processing for Stereoscopic 3D Displays
Nikhil Balram, Ricoh Innovatioins, Menlo Park, CA, USA

Monday Business Conference (May 20)

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Tuesday Investors Conference (May 21)

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Tuesday - Thursday Symposium Sessions (May 21-23)

Session 3: Autostereoscopic and Multi-View I (3D/Display Systems)
3.1: A Novel Architecture for Autostereoscopic 2D/3D Switchable Display Using Dual-Layer OLED Backlight Module
Yi-Jun Wang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
3.2: Application of a Flexible LCD in a High-Resolution Switchable Autostereoscopic 3D Display
Shiuan-Iou Lin, AU Optronics Corp., Hsinchu, Taiwan
Session 9: Autostereoscopic and Multi-View II (3D/Display Systems)
9.1: Frontal-Projection-Type Three-Dimensional Display with Enhanced Brightness Uniformity
Byoungho Lee, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
9.2: A Wide-View High-Resolution 3D Display Using Real-Time Rendering Regarding Viewer Position
Yingbao Yang, Japan Display, Inc., Kanagawa, Japan
Session 15: LC Technology for 3D I (3D/Liquid-Crystal Technology)
15.1: Invited Paper: High-Performance Autostereoscopic 2D/3D Switchable Display Using Liquid-Crystal Lens
Shinichiro Oka, Japan Display, Inc., Chiba, Japan
15.2: LC GRIN Lens Mode with Wide Viewing Angle for Rotatable 2D/3D Tablet
Masako Kashiwagi, Toshiba Corp., Kawasaki, Japan
Session 20: LC Technology for 3D II (3D/Liquid-Crystal Technology)
20.1: Color Holographic Display Based on Fast-Response Liquid-Crystal Cell
Yikai Su, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
20.2: Enlarged Viewing Angle of Integral-Imaging System by Liquid-Crystal Prism
Chih-Wei Chen, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, ROC
Session 26: Holographic and Volumetric Displays (3D/Display Systems)
26.1: A Coarse Integral Holographic Display
Quinn Smithwick, Disney Research, Glendale, CA, USA
26.2: A Two-Step Wave-Field Projection Method for Fast Hologram Pattern Generation
Hocheon Wey, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Session 32: Light-Field Display (3D/Display Systems)
32.1: Optimal Projector Configuration Design for a 300-Mpixel Light-Field 3D Display
Jin-Ho Lee, Samsung Institute of Advanced Technology, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
32.2: 360° Floating Light-Field 3D Display Based on a High-Frame-Rate Color Projector
Xu Liu, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
Session 36: Perception in 3D Display (3D/Applied Vision/Human Factors)
36.1: Visual Comfort and Viewing Time of S3D Content on Mobile Device
Takashi Shibata, Tokyo University of Social Welfare, Gunma, Japan
36.2: Age differences in the Use of Binocular Disparity and Pictorial Depth Cues in 3D-Graphics Environment
Ken Kihara, Kagoshima University, Kagoshima, Japan
Session 42: 3D Algorithms and Driving (3D/Display Systems)
42.1: A Real-Time 3D Multi-View Rendering from a Real-Time 3D capture
Didier Doyen, Technicolor, Sévigné, France
42.2L: Late-News Paper: : Real-Time Up-Converter from HDTV to 4K with Super-High Resolution
Seiichi Gohshi, Kogakuin University, Tokyo, Japan
Session 48: 3D Applications (3D/Applications)
48.1: Research on the Fringe-Electric-Field Effect of a Liquid-Crystal Phase Modulator for Digital Holography
Qing Li, Southeast University, Nanjing, China
48.2: Flexible Display Driven by Solution-Processed OTFTs Manufactured Using All-Sputtered Electrodes
Jung Eun Lee, LG Display Co., Ltd., Gyeonggi-do, Korea

Thursday Market Focus Conference (May 23)
High-Performance Displays: The 2013 SID High-Performance Displays Conference will highlight next-generation display technologies that offer significant opportunities to enhance the visual experience. The event will focus on performance parameters, more so than the specific display technologies. The technologies necessary to promote improved performance will be highlighted. The event will enable delegates to consider various performance trade-offs related to the future of vision-based devices. This event is a new event – but directly focuses on one of the biggest opportunities for both display makers and device manufacturers – to truly differentiate their product offerings. The event is expected to garner considerable interest and discussion as various performance parameters are presented and compared.