A distant binocular filter (DBF) with two mutually antiphase nematic liquid crystal (NLC) layers allows to implement glasses-free stereoscopic imaging with high optical efficiency even at very short (millisecond) durations of images of 3D scene views (for example, at nVidia 3D Vision systems with LC monitors). Experimental results of DBF work are presented for selection of optical pulses with 0.1 ms forward and backward edges (whereas each NLC layer of the DBF has 0.1 ms rise time and 2 ms decay time).

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