“Spatial Displays and Computer Graphics” by Napoli

  • ©Joshua Napoli

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Entry Number: 36

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    Spatial Displays and Computer Graphics

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    Prerequisites
    Familiarity with basic principles of computer graphics. Attendees will benefit from previous exposure to simple optics, photography, signal processing, and light fields, although these subjects are not strict prerequisites.

    Intended Audience
    If you’ve ever wondered how a 3D display works, what the relationship between light fields and holography is, or how to generate dimensional imagery better or faster, this course is for you.

    Description
    This course provides a foundation for understanding how spatial (“three-dimensional”) displays work, with an emphasis on autostereoscopic displays. The course covers common properties of all spatial displays, specifics of three classes of display technologies (multi-view displays, volumetric displays, and holographic video), and computer graphics techniques for 3D image synthesis.

     


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