“Volumetric 3D display with scanned 1D LED arrays and its application to animation contents” by Kawasaki, Watanabe, Yamaguchi and Sakamoto

  • ©Masaki Kawasaki, Yasuo Watanabe, Takumi Yamaguchi, and Yasutada Sakamoto

  • ©Masaki Kawasaki, Yasuo Watanabe, Takumi Yamaguchi, and Yasutada Sakamoto

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    Volumetric 3D display with scanned 1D LED arrays and its application to animation contents

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     Volumetric 3D (three-dimensional) display would become a trend in future [Favalora, 2005]. We have developed a 3D display, with which a real 3D image can be viewed by rotating two pairs of LED (Light Emitting Diode) arrays spirally arranged on the turning table. We have also improved their resolution and colorization, and further developed software to create real and animated 3D images.  

     

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    1. Greg E. Favalora. 2005. Volumetric 3D Displays and Application Infrastructure. In Computer, 38, 8, 37–44.
    2. Susumu Tachi, Naoki Kawakami and Tomohiro Yendo. 2005. SeeLINDER: The Cylindrical Lightfield Display. In SIGGRAPH 2005, Emerging Technologies, 15.
    3. Y. Sakamoto, T. Yamaguchi, K. Miyamoto and I. Fukuda. 2005. A Turn-Type Color 3-D Display System using LEDs. In SID2005 Digest of Technical Papers, 90–93


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