Omni-tube: A low-cost portable omnidirectional interactive 3D display

Che Hao Hsu, Kai Lung Hua*, Wen-Huang Cheng

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

Flat panel autostereoscopic 3D display is a mature and productionready technology which employs specially designed optical devices, such as lenticular lens arrays, parallax barrier, and directional backlight. To overcome the restricted range of viewing angles and distances of these approaches, SONY RayModeler [Ito et al. 2010] and Osaka university [Yagi et al. 2011] have developed new omnidirectional displays. However, their approaches require the use of high cost equipments, such as high-speed rotary motor with synchronous control system, 2D LED dot matrix, high-speed multiprojector, fog screen generator, etc. In this work, we showcase the design and implementation of a novel 3D display, Omni-Tube. It is designed to be low-cost, compact and easy to use. It can be easily mounted to any commercial micro projector, hence it is suitable for various applications, such as virtual interactive exhibition in a museum or during a conference meeting. Copyright is held by the author / owner(s).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSIGGRAPH Asia 2012 Posters, SA 2012
DOIs
StatePublished - 31 Dec 2012
EventSIGGRAPH Asia 2012 Posters, SA 2012 - Singapore, Singapore
Duration: 28 Nov 20121 Dec 2012

Publication series

NameSIGGRAPH Asia 2012 Posters, SA 2012

Conference

ConferenceSIGGRAPH Asia 2012 Posters, SA 2012
CountrySingapore
CitySingapore
Period28/11/121/12/12

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    Hsu, C. H., Hua, K. L., & Cheng, W-H. (2012). Omni-tube: A low-cost portable omnidirectional interactive 3D display. In SIGGRAPH Asia 2012 Posters, SA 2012 [29] (SIGGRAPH Asia 2012 Posters, SA 2012). https://doi.org/10.1145/2407156.2407189