Abstract

A full resolution autostereoscopic three-dimensional (3D) display prototype is developed. It is composed of a time division thin film transistor liquid crystal display panel with an optical controlled birefringence liquid crystal polarization switch and a polarizer parallax barrier. Fast driving circuits operating at 120-Hz frame rate are fabricated. The 3D images on the display have the same resolution as the corresponding two-dimensional images, which is signi¯cantly different from conventional parallax barrier autostereoscopic 3D displays having degraded 3D image resolution.

© 2010 Chinese Optics Letters

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