A high resolution aerial 3D display using a directional backlight

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A high resolution aerial 3D display using a directional backlight
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2016
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This paper describes a high resolution aerial 3D display using a time-division multiplexing directional backlight. In this system an aerial real image is generated with a pair of large convex lenses. The directional backlight is controlled based on the detected face position so that binocular stereoscopy may be maintained for a moving observer. By use of the directional backlight, the proposed system attains autostereoscopy without any moving parts. A wide viewing zone is realized by placing a large aperture convex lens between the backlight and the LCD panel. With the advantage of time-division multiplexing, a high resolution 3D image is presented to the viewer. © 2016, Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T).
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