partial-pixel architecture, 3D, holographic stereograms
We report what we believe is the first static implementation of the partial-pixel architecture, which provides a conceptual framework for the construction of real-time three-dimensional displays that are functionally equivalent to holographic stereograms (i.e., the simultaneous display of a series of stereoscopic images). The device is physically realized as a set of amplitude diffraction gratings on a chrome mask that was fabricated by standard photolithographic techniques. The intended three-dimensional object encoded in the display was strikingly visible on readout with an incoherent illumination source.
Original Publication Citation
G. P. Nordin, J. H. Kulick, M. Jones, P. Nasiatka, R. G. Lindquist, and S. T. Kowel, "Demonstration of a Novel 3-D Autostereoscopic Display" Opt. Lett. 19(12), pp. 91-93 (1994)
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Jones, M. W.; Nordin, Gregory P.; Kowel, S. T.; Kulick, J. H.; Lindquist, R. G.; and Nasiatka, P. J., "Demonstration of a Novel 3-D Autostereoscopic Display" (1994). All Faculty Publications. 1165.
Optical Society of America
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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