“Morphovision” by Fukaya, Iwai and Yamanouchi

  • ©Takashi Fukaya, Toshio Iwai, and Yuko Yamanouchi

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    Morphovision

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    New 3D display techniques have been made possible by recent progress in digital technology and device technology [1]. Those techniques share the ability to heighten viewer interest by presenting 3D images that can be appreciated in natural circumstances with the naked eye. In reflection of this demand for 3D images, we devised a method for generating 3D images utilizing persistence of vision, and achieved a new representation by distorting the 3D images in real time. We call this new method “Morphovision”. Morphovision is a unique display system that interactively transforms and animates a 3D solid object before our eyes. In this system, a model house is rotated at high speed, and is illuminated with special lighting from a projector. This enables the model to be distorted into various shapes.


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    [1]:”Perspecta Display”, Actuality Systems, Inc., 2002 http://www.actuality-systems.com/site/content/pdf/Actuality_Whit epaper_AeroSense_2002.pdf


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