Abstract

We developed a 3D simulation model describing the optical phenomena on a slanted lenticular surface with aspherical lenses for autostereoscopic displays and analyzed the optical behavior of the multiview autostereoscopic display under actual design conditions by using a 3D simulation model. Optical characteristics, such as 3D crosstalk and 3D luminance differences, are obtained from the simulation of the light distribution for the multiview autostereoscopic displays with slated angles of 0.0°, 9.46°, 12.59°, and 14.04°. By investigating the effect of the conic constant of an aspherical lens surface on the 3D crosstalk and the 3D luminance differences for given several design conditions, we find the optimal values of the conic constant for slanted angles of 0.0° and 9.46° in order to minimize the 3D crosstalk and the 3D luminance difference. From these results, we think that our simulation model is very useful for designing the lens array to optimize the optical characteristics of autostereoscopic displays.

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