An immaterial depth-fused 3D display

  title={An immaterial depth-fused 3D display},
  author={Cha Lee and S. DiVerdi and Tobias H{\"o}llerer},
  booktitle={VRST '07},
We present an immaterial display that uses a generalized form of depth-fused 3D (DFD) rendering to create unencumbered 3D visuals. To accomplish this result, we demonstrate a DFD display simulator that extends the established depth-fused 3D principle by using screens in arbitrary configurations and from arbitrary viewpoints. The performance of the generalized DFD effect is established with a user study using the simulator. Based on these results, we developed a prototype display using two… Expand
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