Optical Approach for Increasing the Resolution of Displayed Multi-view Image from Projection Type of Auto-stereoscopic 3D Display System by Adopting a Commercial Spherical Lenticular Lens Sheet

Title
Optical Approach for Increasing the Resolution of Displayed Multi-view Image from Projection Type of Auto-stereoscopic 3D Display System by Adopting a Commercial Spherical Lenticular Lens Sheet
Authors
손영섭김성규손광훈이광훈
Keywords
멀티뷰; 3D 디스플레이; 렌티큐라; 입체영상; Beam waist; DOF; Auto-stereoscopic multi-view 3D display; Lenticular lens sheet; Beam propagation property
Issue Date
2012-08
Publisher
한국광학회지 (Hankook Kwanghak Hoeji)
Citation
VOL 23, NO 4, 147-153
Abstract
Multi-view 3D displays based on a limited number of pixels have the problem that the stereo-scopic image has a low resolution because of increasing view number. To solve the problem of low resolution, we propose an optical approaching method that focuses the width of a unit pixel by using a commercial spherical shape lenticular lens sheet and increases the effective resolution by increasing the number of sources of light in the multi-view 3D display system based on projection type. The method was performed in such an order that several main derivable parameters were defined, and, through the theoretical and experimental result, the value of the contractible unit pixel width and the scalable effective resolution was derived in a given system environment. As a result, for the case that the ray of light from the projector transmitted the 25 LPI lenticular lens sheet which has the pitch size 1.016 mm, the focused unit pixel width was 0.19 mm and the scalable effective resolution was, at most, 5 times wider than the original one. In addition, the range of depth of focus was 1.496 mm, which shows us the range of thickness tolerances of commercial spherical shape lenticular lens sheet and sufficient optical alignment tolerances.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/43953
ISSN
12256285
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