Using perceivable light fields to evaluate the amount of information that autostereoscopic displays need to cast Conference Paper uri icon

abstract

  • Recently we introduced the notion of" perceivable light field"(PLF) as an efficient tool for the analysis and design of three dimensional (3D) displays. The PLF is used with a 3D display analysis approach that puts the viewer in the center of the model; that is, first the human visual system requirements are defined through the PLF and then they are back-propagated to the display devices to evaluate its specifications. Here we use such an analysis to evaluate the information requirements that autostereoscopic 3D display devices need to provide for ideal visual conditions.

publication date

  • January 1, 2015