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5 November 2014 Three-dimensional image formation based on scanning with a floating real image
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Optical design for several three-dimensional (3-D) displays based on floating real image formation using optical imaging elements, such as a concave mirror and a micro-mirror array device, are described. A volumetric 3-D image consisting voxels distributed in the air can be generated by moving a floating image with an optical scanner and modulating the image at a high-speed frame rate. In addition, floating multi-view autostereoscopic displays implemented by using a high-frame-rate projector and an optical scanner are described. It is possible to expand the viewing area to 360 degrees around a floating image.
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Daisuke Miyazaki "Three-dimensional image formation based on scanning with a floating real image", Proc. SPIE 9272, Optical Design and Testing VI, 927208 (5 November 2014); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2074054
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