Autostereoscopic 3D displays

  title={Autostereoscopic 3D displays},
  author={Neil A. Dodgson},
Most of the perceptual cues that humans use to visualize the world's 3D structure are available in 2D projections. This is why we can make sense of photographs and images on a television screen, at the cinema, or on a computer monitor. Such cues include occlusion, perspective, familiar size, and atmospheric haze. Four cues are missing from 2D media: stereo parallax - seeing a different image with each eye, movement parallax - seeing different images when we move our heads, accommodation - the… 

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