Abstract

The depth feeling of a naked-eye 3D display is determined by the combination of the display and the lenticular lens, and because the parallax of the displayed image cannot be made stronger, providing a more stereoscopic effect is difficult. In this study, we propose a system that provides a clearer stereoscopic effect by enabling the naked-eye 3D display to be observed as an aerial stereoscopic image without the framework of the display. By comparing it with the conventional aerial display method, we demonstrate that it is possible to maintain the same level of resolution as the method without a crossed-mirror array and that natural stereoscopic view is possible.

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