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Autostereoscopic display

Philips 3DWOW -42 "  3D Intelligent Display Solution / HD autostereoscopic multiview display

Stereoscopy (often abbreviated to 'stereo' or '3D') adds the extra dimension of depth to images, both moving and still, real and computer-generated.

Glasses-free screens such as the Philips WowVx allow the 3D image to be viewed without glasses from a wide range of angles and distances.

 

 

42"Philips 3DWOW

 

They are a relatively new addition to the 3D display market and open up a wide range of new opportunities to exploit 3D imagery. They are particularly suitable for digital signage applications or any other application where

Content Creation

3D Package -> 2D + DepthMap -> Philips Encoded 2D+Depth file

The interface to a Philips 3D monitor is based on 2D plus Z depth. Adjacent to the traditional 2D image a Z image is added, also named depth map. This is an image with the same size as the 2D image. Each pixel of the depth map corresponds to a pixel of the 2D image and indicates the distance of the corresponding 2D pixel to the observer.

 

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The passer-by is able to see the full 3D imagery without having to stand in a particular place or wear special eyewear: something that has not been possible until recently.

 

Source: www.inition.co.uk

 

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