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Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems V
Proceedings of the SPIE Volume 3295


[ Stereoscopic Displays and Applications IX | The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality ]

Contents

ixConference Committees
xiIntroduction
xviiForum on Stereoscopic Imaging Standards: A Summary

PART AStereoscopic Displays and Applications IX



KEYNOTE ADDRESS

4Imager for Mars Pathfinder experiment (IMP): a multispectral stereo imaging system [3295-38]
P. H. Smith, Univ. of Arizona
SESSION 1

STEREOSCOPIC IMAGING WITH PERSONAL COMPUTERS

12Solving the interface problem for windows stereo applications [3295-01]
J. Halnon, D. Malici, StereoGraphics Corp.
23Software issues for PC-based stereoscopic displays: how to make PC users see stereo [3295-03]
D. Sawdai, Univ. of Michigan/Ann Arbor; G. J. Hamlin, D. Swift, VRex, Inc.
35Development of stereoscopic software tools for Windows 95 and Windows NT computer applications [3295-04]
D. Qualman, NuVision Technologies
SESSION 2

STEREOSCOPIC IMAGE SYNTHESIS

46Stereo pairs from linear morphing [3295-05]
D. F. McAllister, North Carolina State Univ.
53Robust quadtree-based disparity estimation for the reconstruction of intermediate stereoscopic images [3295-06]
A. Mancini, J. Konrad, INRS-Telecommunications (Canada)
65Stereoscopic conversion of monocular video by the transformation of vertical-to-horizontal disparity [3295-07]
M. B. Kim, M. S. Song, D. K. Kim, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (Korea)
76Synthesis of a high-resolution 3D stereoscopic image from a high-resolution monoscopic image and a low-resolution depth map [3295-08]
K. T. Kim, M. W. Siegel, Carnegie Mellon Univ.; J. Y. Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)
87Synthesizing new views from a pair of stereo images [3295-09]
T. Y. Chao, H. M. Hang, National Chiao Tung Univ. (Taiwan)
SESSION 3

THEORETICAL ISSUES IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS

100Resampling radially captured images for perspectively correct stereoscopic display [3295-10]
N. A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (UK)
111Orthostereoscopic conditions for 3D HDTV [3295-12]
H. Yamanoue, NHK Science and Technical Research Labs. (Japan)
121Byatt modulator [3295-13]
L. Lipton, J. Halnon, B. Dorworth, J. Woupio, StereoGraphics Corp.
127Simple method for automatic vergence control of the parallel stereo camera [3295-14]
S. Y. Park, Y. S. Choi, N. H. Lee, J. W. Cho, Y. B. Lee, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (Korea)
135Compensation of 3D image perspective distortion using sliding aperture multistereoscopic technique [3295-15]
S. A. Shestak, Institute of Radiooptics (Russia) and Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea); J. Y. Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)
SESSION 4

STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY APPLICATIONS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS

144Virtual museum of Japanese-Buddhist temple features for intercultural communication [3295-16]
T. Kawai, H. Takao, Waseda Univ. (Japan); T. Inoue, Kanagawa Institute of Technology (Japan); H. Miyamoto, Chiba Institute of Technology (Japan); K. Noro, Waseda Univ. (Japan)
148Information visualization and retrieval using stereoscopic display of document and term networks [3295-17]
R. H. Fowler, W. A. Lawrence Fowler, Univ. of Texas/Pan American
156Study on practical remote control system using work point tracking method [3295-18]
M. Usui, T. Mitsui, K. Fujii, N. Ono, Y. Niwa, Gifu Prefectural Industrial Technology Research Ctr. (Japan)
164New stereoscopic video camera and display system with central high resolution [3295-19]
Y. Nose, K. Matsunaga, Kyushu Univ. (Japan); M. Minamoto, Fujita Co. (Japan); K. Shidoji, K. Ebuchi, D. Itoh, T. Inoue, T. Hayami, Y. Matsuki, Y. Arikawa, K. Matsubara, Kyushu Univ. (Japan)
171Development of a stereoscopic haptic acoustic real-time computer (SHARC) [3295-20]
T. Chen, P. Young, D. Anderson, J. Yu, Colorado State Univ.; S. Nagata, Japan 3D Forum/InterVision (Japan)
SESSION 5

AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS

180Compact 2D/3D autostereoscopic LCD backlight II: recent developments of the technology [3295-22]
J. B. Eichenlaub, Dimension Technologies Inc.
186Wide viewing area glassless stereoscopic display using multiple projectors [3295-25]
A. Arimoto, T. Ooshima, Y. Kaneko, Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan)
193Cross-lenticular 3D LCD without eyeglasses [3295-27]
H. Morishima, H. Nose, N. Taniguchi, K. Inoguchi, S. Matsumura, Mixed Reality Systems Lab. Inc. (Japan)
203Dresden 3D display (D4D) [3295-28]
A. Schwerdtner, H. Heidrich, Technische Univ. Dresden (Germany)
211Time-multiplexed autostereoscopic display based on moving parallax barriers [3295-30]
A. Kalai, M. W. Siegel, Carnegie Mellon Univ.
218Multiview 3D imaging system with full-color capabilitites [3295-31]
J. Y. Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea); V. G. Komar, Cinema and Photo Research Institute (Russia); Y. S. Chun, Institute of Information Technology Assessment (Korea); S. Sabo, V. Mayorov, L. Balasny, S. Belyaev, M. Semin, M. Krutik, IPC Videoscan (Russia)
SESSION 6

HUMAN FACTORS IN STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS

226Psychovisual aspects of viewing stereoscopic video sequences [3295-32]
W. J. Tam, L. B. Stelmach, P. Corriveau, Communications Research Ctr. (Canada)
236Depth reversals in stereoscopic displays driven by apparent size [3295-33]
G. Sacher, Univ. of Oregon; A. Hayes, VA Medical Ctr.; I. M. Thornton, M. E. Sereno, A. D. Malony, Univ. of Oregon
247Stereo depth and the control of locomotive heading [3295-34]
S. K. Rushton, Univ. of Edinburgh and Hewlett-Packard Labs./Bristol (UK); J. M. Harris, Univ. of Edinburgh (UK)
SESSION 7

STEREOSCOPIC IMAGE CODING

258Ray-Space coding based on arbitrary-shaped DCT [3295-35]
T. Fujii, T. Kimoto, M. Tanimoto, Nagoya Univ. (Japan)
269Depth-controlled 3DTV image coding [3295-36]
A. Chiari, Fondazione Ugo Bordoni (Italy); B. Ciciani, M. Romero, Univ. degli Studi di Roma (Italy); R. Rossi, Fondazione Ugo Bordoni (Italy)
278Development of a digital 3D broadcasting system using progressively scanned digital broadcasting [3295-37]
Y. Soga, H. Kikuchi, S. Miyabayashi, Nippon Television Network Corp. (Japan); Y. Yamamoto, M. Matsudaira, M. Yuasa, Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. (Japan)
SESSION 8

POSTER SESSION

288Image-side perspective and stereoscopy [3295-11]
J. Bercovitz, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.

PART BThe Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality

SESSION 9

ENVIRONMENTS AND WORLDS

302Development of a dynamic environment engine for immersive virtual reality applications [3295-39]
S. Thrane Refsland, Queensland Multimedia Arts Ctr., Inc. (Australia); T. Ojika, Gifu Univ. (Japan); R. Stone, VR Solutions Ltd. (UK)
313LEGOLAND: a multisensory environment for virtual prototyping [3295-40]
P. Young, T. Chen, J. Yu, D. Anderson, Colorado State Univ.; S. Nagata, NHK Science and Technical Research Labs. (Japan)
322Creating virtual environments over the Internet [3295-41]
T. Chen, S. Ricardo, P. Young, D. Anderson, J. Yu, Colorado State Univ.; S. Nagata, NHK Science and Technical Research Labs. (Japan)
SESSION 10

HUMAN INTERFACE

332Incorporating the viewer's point-of-regard (POR) in gaze-contingent virtual environments [3295-42]
A. T. Duchowski, Texas A&M Univ.
344Head tracking for the control of virtual viewpoint direction [3295-43]
R. A. Browse, J. C. Rodger, I. K. Ahmad, Queen's Univ. (Canada)
350Human scale interaction [3295-44]
G. Williams, I. E. McDowall, M. T. Bolas, Fakespace Inc.
SESSION 11

SYSTEMS AND TECHNIQUES

356Interactive realization system of visual reality using hierarchical model driven concurrent processing [3295-45]
H. Enomoto, Y. Murao, Shibaura Institute of Technology (Japan)
370DWTP: a transfer and communication protocol for shared virtual environments [3295-46]
W. Broll, GMD-German National Research Ctr. for Information Technology (Germany); D. Schick, Eberhard-Karls-Univ. Tuebingen (FRG)
381Panorama video server system [3295-47]
T. Okimura, K. Kimura, K. Nakazawa, H. Nakajima, NTT Integration Information & Energy Systems Labs. (Japan)
391Combining 3D structure of real video and synthetic objects [3295-48]
M. B. Kim, M. S. Song, D. K. Kim, J. T. Kim, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (Korea)
400Low-cost real-time 3D PC-distributed interactive simulation (DIS) application for C4I [3295-49]
H. Veron, D. Gonthier, M. A. Wingfield, The MITRE Corp.
SESSION 12

APPLICATIONS

410Engineering virtual environment-based training simulators [3295-50]
H. Jense, F. Kuijper, TNO Physics and Electronics Lab. (Netherlands)
421Augmented reality using GPS [3295-51]
J. Kim, H. Kim, B. Jang, J. Kim, D. Kim, Systems Engineering Research Institute (Korea)
429RoboTViRMo: a virtual reality system for off-line robotized deburring [3295-52]
C. R. Bo r, M. Sacco, R. Rinaldi, R. La Rocca, Institute for Industrial Technology and Automation (Italy)
435Clinical application of VR for surgery [3295-53]
K. N. Montgomery, Sterling Software, Inc.

442Addendum
443Author Index


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