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Problems Of The Use Of Lenticular Screens In Tri-Dimensional Television
Author(s): Marc Chauvierre
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Paper Abstract

The easiest solution to obtain tri-dimensional pictures to be viewed directly - that is without glasses - consists in using lenticular screens directly associated to matricial scanning. But if we put only with two pictures (as in stereophotography) the right viewing angle is limited. To improve it, the number of pictures must be increased to four at least. The transmission of four pictures is possible on one way only, thanks to the simultaneous use of matricial analysis and numerical modulation. Anyway, we meet the problem of the passing band if we do not want to loose definition. In this point of view, the numerical modulation permits to reduce greatly the passing band, taking into consideration that in several pictures, there are a great number of identical pixels : it is then useless to transmit them on several ways.

Paper Details

Date Published: 13 December 1983
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 0402, Three-Dimensional Imaging, (13 December 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.935561
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Marc Chauvierre, Consulting Engineer (France)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0402:
Three-Dimensional Imaging
Jean P. L. Ebbeni; Andre Monfils, Editor(s)

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