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30 April 2009 Flat panel 3D display for unmanned ground vehicles
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A flat panel stereoscopic display has been developed and tested for application in unmanned ground systems. The flat panel display has a footprint that is only slightly thicker than the same size LCD display and has been installed in the lid of a TALON OCU. The approach uses stacked LCD displays and produces live stereo video with passive polarized glasses but no spatial or temporal multiplexing. The analog display, which is available in sizes from 6.4" diagonal to 17" diagonal, produces 640 × 480 stereo imagery. A comparison of soldiers' performance using 3D vs. 2D using live stereo video will be given. A description of the display will be given along with discussion of the testing.
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J. Larry Pezzaniti, Richard Edmondson, Justin Vaden, Brian Hyatt, David B. Chenault, Joseph L. Tchon, Tracy J. Barnidge, and Brad Pettijohn "Flat panel 3D display for unmanned ground vehicles", Proc. SPIE 7332, Unmanned Systems Technology XI, 73320N (30 April 2009); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.819314
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