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Noninteger View Multiplexing for 3D Lenticular Display

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2 Author(s)
Changhyun Kim ; Korea Adv. Inst. of Sci. & Technol., Daejeon ; Jong Beom Ra

For 3D lenticular display, a lenticular sheet is usually designed for a given LCD panel once an integer number of views is determined. However, this panel-dependent design is expensive because it cannot be used for LCD panels of different dimensions. To solve this problem, we propose a noninteger view multiplexing method when a lens covers a floating point number of sub-pixels. Meanwhile, to compensate the lenticular misalignment and inhomogeneity, we need to know the geometric relationship between LCD sub-pixels and lenticulars, which can be obtained from pattern images display. Hence, we also suggest a method to generate noninteger multiview pattern images. We prove that the proposed method can successfully display distortionless 3D images for a noninteger view system.

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3DTV Conference, 2007

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7-9 May 2007

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