“360 degrees-viewable display of 3D solid images”

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    360 degrees-viewable display of 3D solid images

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    Three-dimensional displays are drawing attention as next-generation devices. All-around displays have been proposed by [Maeda et al. 2003][Endo et al. 2004]. We have ever presented 360-degrees viewable 3D display called “Transpost” [Otsuka et al. 2006]. The previous prototype was capable of displaying QVGA resolution images of 10 by 15cm. One of the issues was to realize larger-sized and higher resolution 3D displays. In this paper, we present a prototype which can display XGA resolution images. Furthermore, we propose a novel simple structured design using LCD to achieve clearer images. We believe that our work provide new possibilities of 3D expression.

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    1. Otsuka, R., Hoshino, T., AND Horry, Y. “A Novel Approach to the Display and Transmission of 360 Degrees-Viewable 3D Solid Images”, IEEE TVCG 2(2)March/April 2006.
    2. Maeda, H., Hirose, K., Yamashita, J., Hirota, K., AND Hirose, M., “All-Around Display for Video Avatar in Real World”, In Proceedings of ISMAR ’03 The Second IEEE and ACM International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, 288–289, 2003.
    3. Endo, T. SeeLINDER, CREST Symposium, 2004.


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