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Development of Time-Multiplexed Autostereoscopic Display Based on LCD Panel

  • Dae-Sik Kim
  • Sergey Shestak
  • Kyung-Hoon Cha
  • Jae-Phil Koo
  • Seon-Deok Hwang
Chapter

Introduction

The main advantage of time-multiplexed stereoscopic display is that high-resolution stereoscopic images can be displayed using single monitor. In a time-multiplexed stereoscopic system left and right images of a stereopair consequently appear on the screen of 2-D display. The viewer is able to see the left and right images separately due to special shutter glasses or passive polarized eyeglasses combined with a polarization switch, sequentially occluding the left and the right eyes, thus preventing the viewer’s eyes from seeing wrong images. Since conventional 2-D images and components of the stereopair may be displayed with the same full resolution of the image panel, 2-D / 3-D switching of the display is potentially unnecessary. Both 3-D and 2-D content can be displayed on the same screen simultaneously.

Time-multiplexed stereoscopic systems, utilizing polarization shutter glasses and polarization switchable screens are well-known and have been the objective of much...

Keywords

Cross Talk Polarization Switch Stereoscopic Image Input Polarizer Frame Period 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Dae-Sik Kim
    • 1
  • Sergey Shestak
  • Kyung-Hoon Cha
  • Jae-Phil Koo
  • Seon-Deok Hwang
  1. 1.Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.SuwonRepublic of Korea

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