“An Autostereoscopic Projector Array Optimized for 3D Facial Display” by Nagano, Jones, Liu, Busch, Yu, et al. …

  • ©Koki Nagano, Andrew Jones, Jing Liu, Jay Busch, Xueming Yu, Mark T. Bolas, and Paul E. Debevec

  • ©Koki Nagano, Andrew Jones, Jing Liu, Jay Busch, Xueming Yu, Mark T. Bolas, and Paul E. Debevec

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    An Autostereoscopic Projector Array Optimized for 3D Facial Display

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    Video projectors are rapidly shrinking in size, power consumption, and cost. Such projectors provide unprecedented flexibility to stack, arrange, and aim pixels without the need for moving parts. We present a dense projector display that is optimized in size and resolution to display an autostereoscopic lifesized 3D human face with a wide 110 degree field of view. Applications include 3D teleconferencing and fully synthetic characters for education and interactive entertainment.

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