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Autostereoscopic lenticular and stripe raster monitors of HHI - 4 years development of industrial prototypes

: Boerner, R.; Duckstein, B.; Machui, O.; Roeder, H.; Sinnig, T.

Society for Information Display -SID-:
Seventh International Display Workshops 2000. Proceedings : November 29 - December 1, 2000, International Conference Center Kobe, Kobe, Japan
Toyko, 2000
International Display Workshops (IDW) <7, 2000, Kobe>
Fraunhofer HHI ()
computer displays; computer graphic equipment; flat panel displays; interactive terminals; liquid crystal displays; optical projectors; three-dimensional displays; autostereoscopic monitors; stripe raster monitors; lenticular raster monitors; industrial prototypes development; binocular vision; stereoscopic displays; 3d monitors; flat displays; projectors; image rendition; stereo image separation; optional tracking features; head detection system; real-time computer animated graphics; rear projection systems

The advantage of binocular vision of spatial structures and virtual objects is a must in future information and communication systems. Stereoscopic displays for interaction - such as simulators, control stations, computer workstations, monitors for communication, medicine, multimedia and game machines - will be of great help. 3D monitors, developed at HHI, work without special eye glasses. The main components of these monitors are flat displays or projectors for image rendition, lenticular or stripe rasters for stereo image separation and optional tracking features for proper look around capabilities of the viewer. This report comprises the results of a 4 years research project on 3D monitors from April 1996 to March 2000, presented at EXPO 2000.