Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems XIII 16-19 January, 2006, San Jose, California, USA (Proceedings of SPIE) by Andrew J. Woods

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Number of Pages688
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ISBN 100819460958
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Fisher ; John O. Merritt. Also in the set are the proceedings of the Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality conference (for the years to ) which has been co-published and co-located with the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications conference since This volume contains papers from the two complementary conferences Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems XIV and The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality This year's conferences were held at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, California, USA, as part of the IS&T- and SPIE-sponsored Electronic Imaging: Science.

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Stereoscopic display is a key technology of virtual reality system, and it can enhance the characteristic of immersion.

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An analysis and an optical model for the polarization optics of a 3D display system based on two LCD monitors in an "open book" configuration and a beam combiner (BC) are presented.

Calculations of the angle of incidence (AOI) distributions for likely display-observer configurations and an estimate of the range of AOI for which the BC should be Cited by: 4.

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