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Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems III

Combined Proceedings of the two conferences:
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications VII and The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality III


CONTENTS

vii       Conference Committees
ix        Introduction

Part A    Stereoscopic Displays and Applications VII

          KEYNOTE ADDRESS
4         Deep image: 3D in art and science
          R. Zone, The 3D Zone

SESSION 1 AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS

10        Time-multiplexed color autostereoscopic display
           J. Moore, N. Dodgson, A. Travis, S. Lang, Univ of Cambridge (UK)
20        Prototype magnified and collimated autostereoscopic displays
           J. Eichenlaub, Dimension Technologies Inc.
32        Multiview 3D LCD
           C. van Berkel, D. Parker, A. Franklin, Philips Research Labs (UK)
40        Autostereoscopy in industry
           J. Eichenlaub M. Katafiaz, Dimension Technologies Inc.
49        Eye-position tracking stereoscopic display using image shifting
           optics.  H. Imai, M. Imai, Y. Ogura, K. Kubato, NEC Corp. (Japan)
56        Autostereoscopic Display System
           P. Harman, Xenotech Research Pty Ltd (Australia)
65        Autostereoscopic display using holographic optical elements
           D. Trayner, E. Orr, Richmond Holographics Studios (UK)

SESSION 2 SINGLE-LENS STEREOSCOPY

76        Single-lens stereoscopy: a historical and technical overview
           (Invited paper) W. Carter, Visus Imaging Systems, M Weissman,
           Perspective Systems
80        Disparity and distortion-free stereoscopic fibrescope
           T. Hattori, T. Nakamura, J. Suzuki, M. Kurio, M. Yargashi,
           S. Sakuma, Teruma Corp (Japan)
85        Approaches to stereoscopic video based on spatiotemporal
           interpolation.  B. Garcia, Automated Medical Products
96        New Television with 2D/3D image conversion technologies
           T. Okino, H. Murata, K. Taima, T. Iinuma, K. Oketani, Sanyo
           Electric Co. Ltd (Japan)

SESSION 3 TELEPRESENCE AND AUGMENTED REALITY

106       Stereo vision and telepresence
           J. Bordas, Electricite de France; P. Fuchs, D. Ernadotte, Ecole
           des Mines de Paris (France)
115       Telerobotic control with stereoscopic augmented reality
           A. Rastogi, P. Milgram, D. Drascic, Univ of Toronto (Canada);
           J Grodski, Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine
           (Canada)
123       Perceptual issues in augmented reality
           D. Drascic, P. Milgram, Univ of Toronto (Canada)
135       Marking spatial parts within stereoscopic video images
           C. Belz, K. Bohm, T Duong, V. Kuhn, M. Weber, Zentrum fur
           Graphische Datenverarbeitung eV (FRG)

SESSION 4 STEREOSCOPIC VISION AND HUMAN FACTORS

146       Geomety of binocular imaging III: wide-angle and fish-eye lenses
           V. Grinberg, M. Siegel, Carnegie Mellon Univ
154       Parallax scanning using a single lens
           C. Mayhew, A Bacs, Vision III Imaging Inc.
161       Personal Perceptual and cognitive property for 3D recognition
           T. Matazaki, A. Tanisita, Science Univ of Tokyo (Japan)
171       Predicting remote view performance for tasks with different visual
           information content.  C. Ikehara, R Cole, University of Hawaii;
           J. Merritt, Interactive Technologies

SESSION 5 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS AND APPLICATIONS

182       Disparity estimation with object-contour information for
           synthesising intermediate view images.  T Azuma, K Uomori,
           A Morimura, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. (Japan)
189       Derivation of 2.5D image models from one-dimensional x-ray image
           sensors.  J Evans, S Godber, M Robinson, Nottingham Trent
           University (UK)
194       Expert System for neurological treatment planning
           A Cheng, S. Chung, City University of Hong Kong; J Kwok, Kwong
           Wah Hospital (Hong Kong)
201       New hardware and software for stereo graphics and video
           M Starks, 3DTV Corp
210       3D video standards conversion
           A Woods, T Docherty, Curtin University of Technology (Australia);
           R Koch, Murdoch University (Australia)
219       Universal electronic stereoscopic display
           L Lipton, J Halnon, Stereographics Corp

PART B    The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 1996

SESSION 6 TOOLS AND ANALYSIS

228       Electronic Mimosa
           S Gupta, M Datta, V Rana, S Grover, National Institute of
           Information Technology (India)
234       Off-axial HMD optical system consisting of asperical surfaces
           without rotational symmetry.  H Hoshi, N Taniguchi, H Morishima,
           T Akiyama, S Yamazaki, A Okuyama, Canon Inc. (Japan)
243       Use of force feedback to enhance graphical user interfaces
           L Rosenberg, S Brave, Immersion Corp
249       Evaluating visual and auditory engancements to a virtual-object
           manipulation task.  K Nemire, Interface Technologies Corp
261       Physiological approach to optimal stereographic game programming:
           a technical guide.  W Martens, Human Interface Contractor;
           R McRuer, C Childs, E Viirree, Virtual I/O
271       Improved temporal response in virtual environments through system
           hardware and software reorganization.  R Jacoby, Sterling
           Software/NASA Ames Research Centre; B Adelstein, University of
           California/ Berkeley; S Ellis, NASA Ames Research Centre
285       Framework for integrating sound into virtual environment interfaces
           H Fouad, J Hahn, George Washington University
292       VR + AI = intelligent environments: a synergistic approach to
           engineering design support.  R Darken, Naval Research Lab;
           C Darken, Consultant.

SESSION 7 TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS

302       Frontiers in user interface design: wearable computers
           M. Clark, Apple Computer Inc.
306       Sculpting 3D worlds with music: advanced texturing techniques
           C Greuel, M Bolas, N Bolas, I McDowall, Fakespace Inc.
316       Stereo texture facades
           I McDowell, M Bolas, Fakespace Inc.
320       Validation and verification of a virtual environment for training
           naval submarine officers.  D Zeltzer, Massachusetts Institute of
           Technology; N Pioch, BBN Corp
332       Engineering applications of virtual reality
           J Smith, R Grimes, Bell-Northern Research; T Plant, Bell-Northern
           Research Europe Ltd (UK)

341       Addendum
343       Author Index

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