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Laser-Based Head-Tracked 3D Display Research

Brar, RS; Surman, P; Sexton, I; Bates, R; Lee, WK; Hopf, K; ... Willman, E; + view all (2010) Laser-Based Head-Tracked 3D Display Research. J DISP TECHNOL , 6 (10) 531 - 547. 10.1109/JDT.2010.2044367.

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The construction and operation of two laser-based glasses-free 3D (autostereoscopic) displays that have been carried out within the European Union-funded projects MUTED and HELIUM3D is described in this paper. Both use a multi-user head tracker to direct regions viewer's referred to as exit pupils to viewer's eyes. MUTED employs a direct-view LCD whose backlight comprises novel steering optics and in HELIUM3D image information is supplied by a horizontally-scanned fast light valve whose output is controlled by a spatial light modulator (SLM). The principle of operation, construction and results obtained are described.

Title:Laser-Based Head-Tracked 3D Display Research
Keywords:Autostereoscopic, head-tracking, liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS), RGB laser, three-dimensional (3D) display, SYSTEM
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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