Abstract

In this paper, a method to construct a directional-backlight unit system to separate the left-eye image and the right-eye image by adopting a double-slit barrier array is proposed to enhance the perceived quality of the realized 3D image. Additionally, the two-dimensional/three-dimensional convertible function is also realized by adopting an active diffuser to the spatial interlacing directional-backlight system.

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