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Accommodation Responses to 3D Images Consisting of High-Density Directional Images
The Journal of The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers
One of the problems of conventional 3D displays is the danger of using the ocular function. Observers feel fatigue because accommodation responses do not correspond to convergence. We have already proposed a new 3D display technique to solve this problem by displaying high-density directional images. This technique can be implemented by using modified 2D aligned telecentric optical systems. This technique enables several people todoi:10.3169/itej.58.69 fatcat:bptymeyvdjfklh6ygjxngqftdy