3D-HD Autostereoscopic Display
Company: Aliosopy Inc.
Industry: Media & Entertainment
Dark theaters, immense screens, and special glasses are no longer necessary for the 3D experience. Founded in 1994, Alioscopy has created large format displays that use multiple cameras and an array of lenticular lenses capable of providing viewers with full pop-out and depth effects.
Recent years have seen a renewed interest in stereoscopic 3D imaging, or the technique of designing and displaying a different image for the right and left eyes. Alioscopy technology is based on eight distinct points of view (POV). Each point of view is aligned to the LCD’s subpixels. Depending on where the users are standing, they will see two of the eight points of view.
The total viewing angle is 100 degrees from the center of the display. This allows multiple viewers to enjoy the pop-out and depth effects generated with this 3D technology. The ability to spontaneously view immersive imagery in full 3D brings new possibilities to a multitude of industries, including architecture, education, medicine, automotive, and more.
The image below has been mixed using Alioscopy’s proprietary software. The image looks fuzzy on a 2D display but provides a clear image on the 3D display. The eight points of view are separated by the average distance between the left and right eyes, magnifying a slightly different point of view for each. The result is a state-of- the-art autostereoscopic 3D effect.