3-D display, partal pixel architecture, holographic stereogram
We previously reported several static three-dimensional (3-D) display implementations of the partial pixel architecture [J. Opt. Soc. Am. A 12, 73 (1995)]. We report herein our f irst real-time 3-D display based on this architecture. The display is functionally equivalent to a real-time holographic stereogram. It is autostereoscopic and provides horizontal motion parallax. The display device is composed of a diffractive optical element (fabricated with standard photolithographic techniques) and a separate conventional liquidcrystal display. The display has been used to play back a precomputed animated 3-D scene at video frame rates using a standard VGA video output.
Original Publication Citation
M. W. Jones, G. P. Nordin, J. H. Kulick, R. G. Lindquist, and S. T. Kowel,"Real-Time Three-Dimensional Display Based on the Partial Pixel Architecture" Opt. Lett. 2(12), pp. 1418-142 (1995)
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Nordin, Gregory P.; Jones, M. W.; Kowel, S. T.; Kulick, J. H.; and Lindquist, R. G., "Real-Time Three-Dimensional Display Based on the Partial Pixel Architecture" (1995). All Faculty Publications. 1157.
Optical Society of America
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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