Abstract

3M has invented products containing integral images that appear to float above and to sink below the plane of a film containing “microlenses”.1 Images are auto-stereoscopic, which are viewable without the requirement of special glasses. The true three-dimensional (3D) images exhibit full motion parallax.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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