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Open Access A full-HD super-multiview display with a deep viewing zone

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We expand the viewing zone of a full-HD super-multiview display based on time-division multiplexing parallax barrier. A super-multiview display is a kind of light field displays that induces focal accommodation of the viewer by projecting multiple light rays into each pupil. The problem of the conventional system is the limited viewing zone in the depth direction. To solve this problem, we introduce adaptive time-division, where quadruplexing is applied when the viewer is farthest, quintuplexing is applied when the viewer is in the middle, and sextuplexing is applied when the viewer is nearest. We have confirmed with a prototype system that the proposed system secures a deep viewing zone with little crosstalk as expected
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Keywords: Focal Accommodation; Light Field; Parallax Barrier; Time-Division Multiplexing

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 13, 2019

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