Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems IV (1997)
Combined Proceedings of the two conferences:
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications VIII and The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality IV
|Part A||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications VIII|
|SESSION 1||Human Factors and Evaluation of Stereoscopic Displays|
|4 ||How hyperstereopsis can improve the accuracy of spatial perception: an experimental approach,|
D. E. Sipes, Johns Hopkins Univ.; V. G. CuQlock- Knopp, Army Research Lab.; W. Torgerson, Johns Hopkins Univ.; J. O. Merritt, Interactive Technologies
|7 ||Comparison of a new glasses-free three-dimensional screen, a passive-glasses three-dimensional screen, and a two-dimensional
imaging system for use in laparoscopic surgery, |
P. Salimpour, C. A. Kim, W. LaMorte, Boston Univ. Medical Ctr.; D. H. Birkett, Lahey
Hitchcock Clinic; R. K. Babayan, Boston Univ. Medical Ctr.
|16 ||Autostereoscopic display for radiotherapy planning,|
R. J. Hubbold, D. J. Hancock, Univ. of Manchester (UK); C. J. Moore, Christie Hospital
|28 ||Stereoscopic display using multimedia and deep sense test,|
J. Wang, Z. Zhang, P. Jia, Z. Ye, Tsinghua Univ. (China)
|36 ||Stereoscopic layout of a perspective flight guidance display, |
M. Hammer, S. K. MŸcke, U. Mayer, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt
|48 ||Evaluation of an autostereoscopic display for telerobotic operations, B. Lee, Oceaneering Space Systems;|
M. E. Katafiaz, Dimension
|59 ||Printed circuit board visual inspection performance: a comparative analysis of mono- and stereovision macroscopic views,|
S. F. Wiker, K.
Stewart, T. Meyers, P. Spielholz, Univ. of Washington
|SESSION 2||Stereoscopic Camera Systems|
|72 ||Time-multiplexed autostereoscopic camera system,|
N. A. Dodgson, J. R. Moore, S. R. Lang, Univ. of Cambridge (UK)
|84 ||Stereoscopic camera system for live action and sports productions,|
C. Adkins, 3DP Multidimensional Media
|92 ||Development of a compact underwater stereoscopic video camera,|
A. J. Woods, J. Penrose, Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia); D.
Clark, Tritech Consultants (Australia)
|96 ||Sliding aperture multiview 3D camera-projector system and its application for 3D image transmission and IR to visible conversion,|
Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea); S. A. Shestak, Research and Development Institute of Radiooptics (Russia); V. G.
Komar, Cinema and Photo Research Institute (Russia)
|SESSION 3||Stereoscopic Image Generation|
|108 ||Conversion system of monocular image sequences to stereo using motion parallax,|
Y. Matsumoto, H. Terasaki, K. Sugimoto, T. Arakawa,
Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. (Japan)
|116 ||Shape initialization of 3D objects in videoconference scenes,|
T. B. Riegel, Siemens AG (FRG); E. Chappuis, EURECOM (Switzerland)
|125 ||Parallax engine: a display generation architecture for motion parallax and stereoscopic display effects,|
R. M. Broemmelsiek, Spin Logic
|135 ||Stereoscopic 3D graphics generation,|
Z. Li, J. Liu, National University of Defence Technology (China); Y. Zan, BACC (China).
|SESSION 4||Autostereoscopic Displays|
|140 ||Stereoscopic projection display using curved directional reflection screen,|
T. Ohshima, O. Komoda, Y. Kaneko, A. Arimoto, Hitachi Central
Research Lab. (Japan)
|145 ||Retroreflective screens and their application to autostereoscopic displays,|
P. V. Harman, Xenotech Research Pty. Ltd. (Australia)
|154 ||Hologram-like video images by 45-view stereoscopic display,|
Y. Kajiki, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; H.
Yoshikawa, Nihon Univ. and Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Honda, Chiba Univ. and Telecommunications
Advancement Organization of Japan
|167 ||Developments in autostereoscopic displays using holographic optical elements,|
D. J. Trayner, E. Orr, Richmond Holographic Studios Ltd.
|175 ||Three-dimensional image technique with a grating plate on high-resolution CRT,|
T. Shiroishi, T. Nakagawa, S. Nakata, K. Nishimura,
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. (Japan)
|179 ||Characterization and optimization of 3D-LCD module design,|
C. van Berkel, J. A. Clarke, Philips Research Labs. (UK)
|187 ||Observer tracking autostereoscopic 3D display systems,|
D. Ezra, G. J. Woodgate, N. S. Holliman, R. R. Moseley, J. Harrold, G. R. Jones,
Sharp Labs. of Europe Ltd. (UK)
|199 ||Research of 3D display using anamorphic optics, K. Matsumoto, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan;|
Chiba Univ. and Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan
|208 ||Development of 3DTV: an autostereoscopic video display (Invited Paper),|
S. P. Hines, HinesLab. Inc.
|SESSION 5||Stereoscopic Image Formats and Compression Methods|
|222 ||Compression of full-parallax integral 3D TV image data,|
M. C. Forman, A. Aggoun, De Montfort Univ. (UK)
|227 ||Compression and interpolation of 3D stereoscopic and multiview video,|
M. W. Siegel, S. Sethuraman, Carnegie Mellon Univ.; J. S.
McVeigh, Intel Corp.; A. G. Jordan, Carnegie Mellon Univ.
|239 ||Stereovision formats for video and computer graphics,|
L. Lipton, StereoGraphics Corp.
|SESSION 6||New Developments in Stereoscopic Displays|
|246 ||Full-color 3D prints and transparencies (Invited Paper),|
J. J. Scarpetti, R. M. Friedhoff, P. M. DuBois, V. K. Walworth, Rowland Institute
|252 ||New color anaglyph method,|
T. Hattori, Nagoya Univ. School of Medicine and Terumo Corp. (Japan); E. Arita, T. Nakamura, M. Kurio, S.
Sakuma, Terumo Corp. (Japan)
|256 ||Focus distance controlled 3D television,|
N. Yanagisawa, M. Kidachi, Toyo Univ. (Japan)
|262 ||Emitting diagram control method for solid objects 3D display,|
J.-Y. Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea); S. A. Shestak,
Research and Development Institute of Radiooptics (Russia); K.-T. Kim, Han Nam Univ. (Korea)
|SESSION 7||Applications of Stereoscopic Displays|
|274 ||Lightweight, compact 2D/3D autostereoscopic LCD backlight for games, monitor, and notebook applications,|
J. Eichenlaub, Dimension Technologies Inc.
|282 ||Real-depth imaging: a new 3D imaging technology with inexpensive direct-view (no glasses) video and other applications,|
Floating Images, Inc.
|289 ||Role of stereoscopic imaging in the astronomical study of nearby stars and planetary systems,|
D. S. Mark, Space Age Design Engineering
|297 ||Two stereoscopic experiments: a 3D moviemap and a 3D panorama (Invited Paper),|
M. Naimark, Interval Research
|SESSION 8||Poster Presentations|
|308 ||Task-dependent use of binocular disparity and motion parallax information within telepresence and quasi-natural environments,|
A. Parton, M. Bradshaw, J. R. Pretlove, B. De Bruyn, I. R. Davies, Univ. of Surrey (UK)
|319 ||Effects of image resolution on depth perception in stereo and nonstereo images,|
K. Jaeae-Aro, L. Kjelldahl, Royal Institute of
|327 ||Stereo panoptic 360o camera,|
M. J. Dusariez, KAPWA Foundation (Belgium)
|330 ||Ray space representation for 3D image processing,|
T. Fujii, T. Kimoto, M. Tanimoto, Nagoya Univ. (Japan)
|337 ||Spatial light modulator based three-dimensional multiplanar display,|
M. A. Neil, E. G. Paige, L. O. Sucharov, Univ. of Oxford (UK)
|342 ||Usefulness of observer-controlled camera angle in telepresence systems depends on the nature of the task: passive perceptual
judgments compared to perceptual-motor performance,|
J. W. Huber, Roehampton Institute (UK); I. R. Davies, Univ. of Surrey
|353 ||Directional display,|
H. Lennerstad, Univ. of Karlskrona/Ronneby (Sweden)
|Part B||The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality IV|
|SESSION 9||Creation and Evaluation of Virtual Environments|
|362 ||MARTI: man-machine animation real-time interface,|
C. M. Jones, S. S. Dlay, Univ. of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)
|374 ||Realistic image generation using model-driven processing in an interactive system,|
T. Miyagi, A. Hori, H. Sugama, Y. Murao, Shibaura
Institute of Technology (Japan); H. Enomoto, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
|389 ||ROSE: the road simulation environment,|
P. Mitronikas, P. Liatsis, Univ. of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UK)
|400 ||Body sway induced by 3D images,|
M. Hoshino, M. Takahashi, Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. (Japan); M. Ohmi, T. Yoshizawa, Kanazawa
Institute of Technology (Japan)
|408 ||Evaluating an immersive virtual environment prototyping and simulation system,|
K. Nemire, Interface Technologies Corp.
|SESSION 10||Immersive Displays|
|418 ||Compact and wide-field-of-view binocular head-mounted display,|
S. Uchiyama, H. Kamakura, J. Karasawa, Y. Itoh, M. Sakaguchi, T.
Furihata, N. Okamoto, Seiko Epson Corp. (Japan)
|429 ||Virtual model displays (VMD),|
M. T. Bolas, Fakespace Inc.
|439 ||Next generation of 3D-desktop computer interface,|
R. Skerjanc, Heinrich-Hertz-Institut for Nachrichtentechnik GmbH (FRG)
|448 ||Controlling graphic objects naturally: use your head,|
R. A. Browse, J. C. Rodger, Queen's Univ. (Canada); I. Sewell, Newbridge Networks
|454 ||Let's move on the integration of motion rendering in VR,|
U. Jakob, E. Douloumi, Technische Univ. Darmstadt (FRG)
|SESSION 11||Augmented Reality/Medical Applications|
|462 ||Using opera lighting to fuse video images with geometric models in virtual environments for Mars rover control,|
G. Thomas, University of Iowa; T. Blackmon, University of California/Berkeley; M. Sims, D. Rassmussen, NASA Ames Research Ctr.
|472 ||Augmented reality using range images,|
C. Schutz, H. Hugli, Univ. of Neuchatel (Switzerland)
|479 ||Haptic display for the VR arthroscopic training simulator,|
R. Ziegler, C. Brandt, C. Kunstmann, Technische Univ. Darmstadt (FRG)
|487 ||VERS: a virtual environment for reconstructive surgery planning,|
K. N. Montgomery, Sterling Software, Inc.
|SESSION 12||Viewpoints on VR|
|494 ||Mediated presence: context and sense-ability in digital worlds,|
S. S. Fisher, Telepresence Research, Inc.
|498 ||Circulating images of virtual systems: trodes, gloves, and goggles in scientific and popular cultures (Invited Paper),|
M. Ito, S. S. Fisher,
Telepresence Research, Inc.