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15 May 2012 Three-dimensional stereoscopic display system on the table-top
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3D Display is generally designed to show 3D stereoscopic image to viewer at the center position of the display. But, some interactive 3D technology needs to interact with multiple viewers and each stereoscopic image such as an imaging demonstration. In this case, the display panel on the table is more convenient for multiple viewers. In this paper, we introduce the table-top stereoscopic display that has the potential to combine this interactive 3D technology. This display system enables two viewers to see the other images simultaneously on the table-top display and each viewer to stereoscopic images on it. Also, this display has first optical sheet to make multiple viewers see each image and second optical sheet to make them see stereoscopic images. We use a commercial LCD display, design the first optical sheet to make two viewers see each image, and design the second optical sheet to make each viewer see each stereoscopic image. The viewing zone from our display system is designed and easy to be viewed from children to adult to look at three dimensional stereoscopic images very well. We expect our 3D stereoscopic display system on the table-top can be applied for the interactive 3D display applications in the near future.
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Ki-Hyuk Yoon, Hyoung Lee, and Sung-Kyu Kim "Three-dimensional stereoscopic display system on the table-top", Proc. SPIE 8384, Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display 2012, 838418 (15 May 2012);


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