Abstract

Recent trends in three-dimensional (3D) display technologies are very interesting in that both old- fashioned and up-to-date technologies are being actively investigated together. The release of the first commercially successful 3D display product raised new research topics in stereoscopic display. Autostereoscopic display renders a ray field of a 3D image, whereas holography replicates a wave field of it. Many investigations have been conducted on the next candidates for commercial products to resolve existing limitations. Up-to-date see-through 3D display is a concept close to the ultimate goal of presenting seamless virtual images. Although it is still far from practical use, many efforts have been made to resolve issues such as occlusion problems.

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Number of search results from Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com). Searching was restricted only to titles of papers. Queries for each technology were “stereoscopy or stereoscopic,” “integral imaging,” “lenticular lens,” and “parallax barrier.”. Numbers in 2011 are estimations based on the results obtained on July 2011.

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Fig. 2

Depth cues associated with 3D information: (a) psychological cues and (b) physiological cues.

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Fig. 3

Principle of stereoscopic 3D display with LC shutter glasses.

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Structure and principle of PR technology.

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Structure and principle of AR or SIP technology.

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Principle and structure of a three-view lenticular lens 3D display.

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Operation of a 2D/3D convertible lenticular lens display using the patterned electrode method: (a) 3D mode and (b) 2D mode.

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Operation of a 2D/3D convertible parallax barrier display using an LC panel: (a) 3D mode and (b) 2D mode.

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Structure and concept of integral imaging.

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Fig. 10

Display modes of integral imaging: (a) focal display mode, (b) real/virtual display mode, and (c) simulation results of reconstructed 3D image in focal display mode and real/virtual display mode. For the simulation of focal display mode, a 1 mm × 1 mm lens array with focal length of 3 mm was assumed. For the real/virtual mode, a 10 mm × 10 mm lens array with focal length of 30 mm was assumed and the CDP is located 90 mm in front of the lens array. The pixel pitch of the display is 0.08 mm × 0.08 mm for both cases. In this figure, distortion of the reconstructed image at two locations out from the in-focus plane is compared. In ISP data, a change in the distortion level of the reconstructed image can be explored according to its location from the in-focus plane (View 1).

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Fig. 11

Simulation results according to the rotated angle of the lens array on the display device. For the simulation, a 1 mm × 1 mm lens array with focal length of 3 mm is assumed. The pixel pitch of the display was 0.1 mm × 0.1 mm and the rotation was counterclockwise (View 2).

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Fig. 12

Examples of a viewing angle enhancing configuration: (a) tracking method; (b) curved lens array.

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Fig. 13

Spatial multiplexing configuration of projectors for enhancing the resolution.

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Fig. 14

Examples of a depth range enhancing configuration: (a) multiple focal planes of elemental images; (b) integral floating display.

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Fig. 15

View volume displayed by a single SLM. (a) View volume is determined by overlap among higher-order diffraction terms. (b) It has a wedge shape and its angle represents the field of view.

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Fig. 16

View-window formation in a holographic 3D display. (a) Diffracted light does not converge. (b) Diffracted light converges to form a view-window.

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Concept of a subhologram. (a) Usual hologram where the whole SLM area contributes to reconstruction of each 3D image point. (b) Subhologram where only the area corresponding to the view window contributes to the reconstruction.

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Fig. 18

Hologram synthesis using integral imaging: (a) capture set of elemental images, (b) subimages generated from elemental images, (c) synthesized hologram, and (d) numerical reconstruction at various distances (View 3).

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Fig. 19

Triangular-mesh object.

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Visibility problem: (a) front view of a 3D object and (b) the corresponding set of visible triangles; (c) perspective view of a 3D object and (d) the corresponding set of visible triangles.

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Fig. 21

Angular spectrum representation of arbitrarily tilted triangle aperture. A triangle facet is subdivided into several identical triangles on the same plane. A texture effect on a triangle facet can be realized by encoding complex numbers on each subdivision triangle.

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Fig. 22

(a) CGH synthesis setup and (b) CGH display setup.

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Fig. 23

Numerical results of observation sim ulation. The observation simulation of CGH is performed. The observed holographic images taken at different focal planes are presented (View 4).

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Fig. 24

Typical configuration of an optical see-through HMD adopting a wedge-shaped prism.

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System configuration of an FOV-enhanced optical see-through HMD with tiled wedge-shaped prisms.

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Layout of an off-axis projection optical see-through HMD system.

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Fig. 27

Configuration to resolve an occlusion problem in an optical see-through HMD. (a) Creation of occlusion with an LC mask. f in and f out are the inner and outer focal lengths of the convex lenses, respectively. (b) Ring-shaped structure of the entire system to compensate the shifted viewpoint and the inverted real-world scene.

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Fig. 28

Accommodation-cue-addressable system using a liquid lens for a varifocal feature.

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Fig. 29

See-through 3D display system that adopts SMV display. (a) Conceptual diagram of a system configuration. (b) Implementation of SMV feature with reduced pitch of each viewing zone by a projection lens.

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Fig. 30

See-through 3D display adopting DFD feature to show a 3D image with a diffusive screen.

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Fig. 31

Concept of a multilayered display with water drops. (a) Side view. (b) Top view.

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Autostereoscopic see-through display adopting an HOE and two projectors.

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Fig. 33

See-through 3D display adopting a lenticular-lens-like HOE. (a) Structure of the HOE and grating cell. (b) Directions of rays diffracted by one grating cell. (c) Wide- viewing-angle implementation with a curved-lens-like recording of HOE.

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Fig. 34

See-through 3D display system based on CHMA.

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Fig. 35

Sampling and reconstruction processes of outlined technologies: (a) integral imaging, (b) multiview display, (c) holography, and (d) see-through 3D display.

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