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New 3D Image Technologies Developed in Taiwan

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8 Author(s)
Tzuan-Ren Jeng$^{1}$ Electronics &Optics Lab.,, Industrial Technology Research Institute,, Hsinchu , Taiwan ; Der-Ray Huang ; Kai-Che Liu ; Fu-Jen Hsiao
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Some new 3D image technologies including image capturing, digital data processing, 2D/3D video conversion, and naked eye 2D/3D compatible display have been developed in Taiwan for the future 3D world applications. An innovative 3D image capturing and displaying architecture is a cost effective system for 3D content generation, transmission, and display. The multiview images of fine art such as sculpture can be captured by using 3D scanner or camera. The obtained multiview images can be transmitted though popular streaming channel to the cloud computing center that handles huge tasks of 2D/3D image processing. Then, the multi-view images are fed into the new types of 2D/3D compatible display. This new type of display using a specially designed microretarder can present 2D and naked eye 3D images on the same display simultaneously. Some new 3D applications with real-time 2D to 3D conversion technology are also introduced.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 3 )