3D Display Simulator based on Mixed Reality

Title
3D Display Simulator based on Mixed Reality
Authors
박민철이호동손정영
Keywords
3D; Display; Simulator; Mixed; Realtiy
Issue Date
2012-04
Publisher
SPIE Defense Security and Sensing
Citation
VOL 8384, NO 37, 1-6
Abstract
We propose a 3D display simulator based on mixed reality technology. Proposed simulator system calculates light distribution and crosstalk using parameters required for the design of multi-displays, and projects the light distribution onto the ground from the top of the viewing zone. Mixed reality merges real and virtual worlds to produce new environments and visualizations. In this paper, this mixed reality is exploited to simulate multi-view display by merging physically simulated virtual space and real space where viewers belong to. Projected light distribution is scaled to the corresponding display size. Thus, the viewer experiences the real light distribution in the real space like living room. Crosstalk information is also provided through the interaction between a viewer’s local position in real space and calculated virtual space. Our proposed simulator makes it possible to design and measure light distribution finding out optimized viewing zone without implementing the display in real space.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/42307
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