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  • October 31, 2016

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Professor LEE Sin-Doo
Professor LEE Sin-Doo

Researchers Bring Eyewear-Free 3D Capabilities to Small Screen

Convertible video displays that offer both 2D and 3D imaging without the need of any eyewear offer greater convenience to users who would otherwise have to keep track of yet another accessory. Such autostereoscopic displays have already hit the TV market, but the underlying technology reveals its limitations at close viewing distances. Viewers typically must view these displays from a distance of around one meter (about three feet), eliminating any practical applicability to the smaller screens of mobile devices. Researchers at Seoul National University, South Korea, however, have developed a new method of making these convertible displays that not only achieved near-viewing capabilities, but also simplified and shrank the architecture of the technology. In a paper published this week in the journal Optics Express, from The Optical Society (OSA), researchers describe their novel design.

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