Teluhiko Hilano

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Depth-fused 3D (DFD) display (Suyama et al. 2004) is a unique autostereoscopic image display system, in which the object appears to be located somewhere between two planes when in fact, this object is drawn on two planes with changing brightness. If more than two planes are used to display each 3D object, then a high-fidelity 3D display can be achieved.(More)
A four-plane depth-fused display (DFD) is an autostereoscopic system that can display four images at different depth positions using a single liquid crystal display and mirrors or half mirrors. This system increases the number of images in the depth direction, thereby enhancing stereoscopic effect. To date, however, the contents of proposed DFD remain(More)
Burke and Bergum [1] called a family of sequences defined by a linear recurrence "a disjoint covering" if every natural number was contained in exactly one of the given sequences. They gave arithmetic progressions and geometric progressions as simple examples of finite and infinite disjoint coverings. Although they also constructed /^-order recurrences that(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel autostereoscopic dynamic simulation system in which a tablet PC and a fly’s eye lens are used. Dynamic simulation, which helps inexperienced physics students to understand the motion of objects intuitively, is one of the applications suitable for smartphones and tablet PCs. The reason is that an object displayed on the LCD(More)
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