Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

J. Reitterer, F. Fidler, F. Saint Julien-Wallsee, G. Schmid, W. Gartner, W. Leeb, U. Schmid:
"Large-scale autostereoscopic outdoor display";
Talk: SPIE-IS&T Electronic Imaging, Burlingame, California, USA; 02-04-2013 - 02-06-2013; in: "Proc. SPIE 8648, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIV", Vol. 8648, 86480G (2013), 1 - 9.

English abstract:
State-of-the-art autostereoscopic displays are often limited in size, e ective brightness, number of 3D viewing zones, and maximum 3D viewing distances, all of which are mandatory requirements for large-scale outdoor displays. Conventional autostereoscopic indoor concepts like lenticular lenses or parallax barriers cannot simply be adapted for these screens due to the inherent loss of e ective resolution and brightness, which would reduce both image quality and sunlight readability. We have developed a modular autostereoscopic multi-view laser display concept with sunlight readable e ective brightness, theoretically up to several thousand 3D viewing zones, and maximum 3D viewing distances of up to 60 meters. For proof-of-concept purposes a prototype display with two pixels was realized. Due to various manufacturing tolerances each individual pixel has slightly di erent optical properties, and hence the 3D image quality of the display has to be calculated stochastically. In this paper we present the corresponding stochastic model, we evaluate the simulation and measurement results of the prototype display, and we calculate the achievable autostereoscopic image quality to be expected for our concept.

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