DIMENSION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
|DIMENSION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120229462||Image Data Placement Method for a Time Multiplexed Autostereoscopic Display - An autostereoscopic display in which image data, in the form of grey level information for red, green, and blue components of pixels in multiple images representing multiple perspective views of a scene, are recombined into a second set of images generally consisting of parts of all the original multiple perspective images, arranged within the second set of images in such a way that a 3D image is seen when the second set of images are displayed in sequence. T||09-13-2012|
|20100118218||BACKLIGHTING SYSTEM FOR A 2D/3D AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC MULTIVIEW DISPLAY - The backlight system of the invention creates illumination behind a liquid crystal or other transparent display. In one mode of operation it produces a series of precise, thin slanted lines with dark space in between which are used to make multiple perspective views, displayed simultaneously on the LCD, visible from a series of horizontally spaced viewing zones spaced in front of the display. In another mode of operation, it produces even diffuse illumination similar to that generated by conventional backlights, allowing the LCD to display conventional 2D images.||05-13-2010|
|20090115783||3D OPTICAL ILLUSIONS FROM OFF-AXIS DISPLAYS - A 3D viewing system captures offset images from off-axis camera perspectives inclined to a normal of base plane of a scene that includes one or more objects projecting from the base plane. The offset images, which take a planar form, are displayed from a display surface at an off-axis viewing perspective that is inclined to a normal of the display surface similar to the inclination of the off-axis camera perspective to the normal of the base plane. The offset images undergo a distortion to counteract a keystone distortion associated with the off-axis viewing perspective. The base plane of the scene is oriented parallel to the display surface, and the objects projecting from the base plane appear to project from the display surface.||05-07-2009|
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