autostereoscopy

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autostereoscopy

Displaying stereo 3D images without requiring the viewer to wear glasses. Also called "auto 3D" or "glasses-free 3D." Although the Nintendo 3DS game console has been very successful, the distance from the screen to the user is short, and the viewing angle is narrow (see parallax 3D). When creating autostereoscopic TVs with large screens, the wider viewing angle presents many challenges. One solution is to provide numerous viewing angles per frame of video. Stream TV Networks provides glasses-free 3D for TV (see Ultra-D). See lenticular 3D, parallax 3D and 3D visualization.
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HoloTech can provide customers with autostereoscopic, full-parallax 3D digital holograms - requiring no glasses or viewing aids.
Design and Implementation of Autostereoscopic Displays
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Richmond Holographic Studios (RHS) has unveiled development prototypes of an autostereoscopic real-time three-dimensional colour display which operates unintrusively on a standard LCD video or computer screen.
UKPRwire, Wed Oct 23 2013] Triggered by Hollywood 3D movies, glasses-type 3D TVs have become a hit in the market, leading to the development of autostereoscopic 3D display devices.
Sisvel will take advantage of this opportunity to showcase enhanced performance of autostereoscopic displays using the 3DZ Tile Format as well as advanced technologies jointly developed by Sisvel Technology and its international partners.
Micromax recently launched the A115 Canvas 3D, featuring an autostereoscopic 3D display.
State of the art in stereoscopic and autostereoscopic displays.
One family of techniques, known as autostereoscopic multiview 3D displays, projects multiple different images on a single screen.
The Best Conference Paper Award went to a team of researchers at Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications Heinrich Hertz Institute for its work entitled, Stereoscopic 3D Content and Display -- Developments and Diagnoses, television into multi-channel signals needed for autostereoscopic screens.