“Stereoscopic Transparent Display Visible With Naked Eye” by Shiina and Hashimoto

  • ©Mari Shiina and Naoki Hashimoto



Entry Number: 44


    Stereoscopic Transparent Display Visible With Naked Eye



    In this study, we propose a stereoscopic transparent display that can be viewed with the naked eye. Existing methods for generating realistic high-quality stereoscopic images require wearable devices and the presence of a display, which degrades the sense of presence. Our method increases the sense of presence by making the stereoscopic images blend into the surrounding environment.


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