Slide show

CenVis presentation at MIPRO 2009

Centre for Scientific Visualization was successfully presented on the thirty-second International MIPRO Convention that took place from 25th to 29th May 2009 in the Congress Centre of the Grand Hotel Adriatic and Hotel Admiral in Opatija, at the Adriatic coast. During this two day presentation,  

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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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