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Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VII
Proceedings of the SPIE Volume 3957


[ Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XI | The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2000 ]

Contents

ixConference Committees
xiIntroduction
xviiKeynote Presentation: Current status of large-screen stereoscopic cinema systems (Abstract)

PART AStereoscopic Displays and Applications XI

SESSION 1

STEREOSCOPIC VISION AND HUMAN FACTORS

4Is eye damage caused by stereoscopic displays? [3957-01]
U. Mayer, M. D. Neumann, W. Kubbat, K. Landau, Technische Univ. Darmstadt (Germany)
12Effects of stereoscopic filming parameters and display duration on the subjective assessment of eye strain [3957-03]
W. A. IJsselsteijn, Eindhoven Univ. of Technology (Netherlands); H. de Ridder, Delft Univ. of Technology (Netherlands); J. Vliegen, Eindhoven Univ. of Technology (Netherlands)
23Video-based augmented-reality stereoscopic system: an application to traffic scenes [3957-05]
J. P. Arboleda, A. B. Martínez, E. X. Martin, C. Torrens, J. Figueras, Polytechnic Univ. of Catalonia (Spain)
33Bandwidth reduction for stereoscopic video signals [3957-06]
W. J. Tam, L. B. Stelmach, D. V. Meegan, A. Vincent, Communications Research Ctr. Canada
41Effect of eye position on the projected stimulus distance in a binocular head-mounted display [3957-07]
J. W. McCandless, San Jose State Univ. Foundation and NASA Ames Research Ctr.; S. R. Ellis, NASA Ames Research Ctr.
SESSION 2

MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

50Stereo fundus photography: automatic evaluation of retinal topography [3957-08]
A. L. Berestov, Canon Research Ctr. America, Inc.
60Three-dimensional display system for medical imaging with computer-generated integral photography [3957-9]
S. Nakajima, K. Masamune, I. Sakuma, T. Dohi, Univ. of Tokyo (Japan)
68Intraoperative presentation of surgical planning and simulation results using a stereoscopic see-through head-mounted display [3957-10]
T. Salb, Univ. Karlsruhe Technische Hochschule (Germany); J. Brief, Ruprecht-Karls-Univ. Heidelberg (Germany); O. Burgert, Univ. Karlsruhe Technische Hochschule (Germany); S. Haßfeld, Ruprecht-Karls-Univ. Heidelberg (Germany); R. Dillmann, Univ. Karlsruhe Technische Hochschule (Germany)
SESSION 3

DIGITAL STEREOSCOPIC IMAGING

78Stereoscopic correspondence by applying physical constraints and statistical observations to dissimilarity map [3957-12]
T.-Y. Chao, S.-J. Wang, H.-M. Hang, National Chiao Tung Univ. (Taiwan)
90Dense-disparity estimation from feature correspondences [3957-13]
J. Konrad, Z.-D. Lan, INRS-Télécommunications (Canada)
102Disparity-based view interpolation for multiple-perspective stereoscopic displays [3957-14]
H.-C. Huang, Institute of Information Sciences (Taiwan); C.-C. Kao, Y.-C. Lin, National Taiwan Univ.; Y.-P. Hung, Institute of Information Sciences (Taiwan) and National Taiwan Univ.
114Open-GL-based stereo system for 3D measurements [3957-15]
F. Boochs, A. Gehrhoff, M. Neifer, Univ. of Applied Sciences/Mainz (Germany)
SESSION 4

STANDARDS IN STEREOSCOPIC IMAGING

128Display characteristics and the impact on usability for stereo [3957-16]
J. W. Roberts, O. T. Slattery, National Institute of Standards and Technology
139Panel discussion summary: standards in stereoscopic imaging
M. A. Weissman, Karl Storz Imaging, Inc.
SESSION 5

AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS I

142Fabricating polymeric microretardation arrays for autostereoscopic display system by CO2-laser heat processing technology [3957-41]
C.-H. Tsai, K. Lee, K.-C. Huang, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan); C. K. Lee, National Taiwan Univ.
153Flat-panel autostereoscopic displays: characterization and enhancement [3957-18]
G. J. Woodgate, J. Harrold, A. M. S. Jacobs, R. R. Moseley, D. Ezra, Sharp Labs. of Europe Ltd. (UK)
165Image-tiling system using optically addressed spatial light modulator for high-resolution and multiview 3D display [3957-19]
H.-W. Jeon, Korea Institute of Science and Technology; A. R. L. Travis, N. Collings, T. D. Wilkinson, Y. Frauel, Univ. of Cambridge (UK)
17750-in. time-multiplexed autostereoscopic display [3957-20]
N. A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (UK); J. R. Moore, JMEC, Ltd. (UK); S. R. Lang, ASD Systems (UK); G. J. Martin, Litton Guidance and Control Systems; P. M. Canepa, Infinity Multimedia Inc.
18416-view TV system based on spatial joining of viewing zones [3957-21]
J.-Y. Son, V. V. Smirnov, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; K.-T. Kim, Han-Nam Univ. (Korea); Y.-S. Chun, Chungnam Univ. (Korea); S.-S. Kim, Yon-Sei Univ. (Korea)
SESSION 6

AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS II

192Eye-position detection system [3957-23]
H. Heidrich, A. Schwerdtner, A. Glatte, H. Mix, Dresden Univ. of Technology (Germany)
198Membrane-mirror-based autostereoscopic display for teleoperation and teleprescence applications [3957-24]
S. McKay, G. M. Mair, S. Mason, K. Revie, Univ. of Strathclyde (UK)
208Multiviewpoint autostereoscopic display system based on volume hologram [3957-25]
S.-H. Lee, H.-G. Yang, Kwangwoon Univ. (Korea); S.-Y. Yi, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (Korea); K.-C. Son, E.-S. Kim, Kwangwoon Univ. (Korea)
2153D display using intersection of light beams [3957-26]
T. Sudo, H. Morishima, T. Osaka, N. Taniguchi, Mixed Reality Systems Lab. Inc. (Japan)
225Cylindrical 3D video display observable from all directions [3957-27]
T. Endo, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan and Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan); Y. Kajiki, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Honda, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan and Chiba Univ. (Japan); M. Sato, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan and Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
SESSION 7

STEREOSCOPIC TELEOPERATION

236Effect of the ratio difference of overlapped areas of stereoscopic images on each eye in a teleoperation [3957-29]
K. Matsunaga, T. Yamamoto, K. Shidoji, Y. Matsuki, Kyushu Univ. (Japan)
244Judging size, distance, and depth with an active telepresence system [3957-30]
A. M. Plooy, J. P. Brooker, J. P. Wann, P. M. Sharkey, Univ. of Reading (UK)
253Can observers exploit enhanced-disparity information to control reaching movements within telepresence environments? [3957-31]
M. F. Bradshaw, P. B. Hibbard, R. van der Willigen, S. J. Watt, I. R. L. Davies, N. Stringer, Univ. of Surrey (UK); N. Beagley, A. Willis, Defence Evaluation and Research Agency Farnborough (UK)
SESSION 8

NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN STEREOSCOPIC IMAGING

264Eliminating Pi-cell artifacts [3957-32]
L. Lipton, J. Halnon, J. Wuopio, B. Dorworth, StereoGraphics Corp.
271Multiresolution stereoscopic immersive communication using a set of four cameras [3957-33]
T. Naemura, K. Sugita, T. Takano, H. Harashima, Univ. of Tokyo (Japan)
SESSION 9

STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY APPLICATIONS

284Production of stereoscopic 3D movies of a Spanish monastery for a digital archive [3957-34]
T. Kawai, T. Shibata, T. Mochizuki, K. Noro, Waseda Univ. (Japan)
288Developments in StereoJet technology [3957-35]
J. J. Scarpetti, P. M. DuBois, R. M. Friedhoff, V. K. Walworth, Rowland Institute for Science
293Autostereoscopic teleconferencing system [3957-36]
P. V. Harman, Dynamic Digital Depth Research Pty., Ltd. (Australia)
303Multimedia ambience communication based on actual moving pictures in a steroscopic projection display environment [3957-38]
K. Yamada, T. Ichikawa, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Naemura, K. Aizawa, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan and Univ. of Tokyo (Japan); S. Morishima, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan and Seikei Univ. (Japan); T. Saito, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan and Kanagawa Univ. (Japan)
312Stereo parallax and disparity in single-lens stereoscopy [3957-39]
M. A. Weissman, Karl Storz Imaging, Inc.
POSTER SESSION

322Fabrication of a large F-number lenticular plate and its use as a small-angle flat-top diffuser in autostereoscopic display screens [3957-17]
C.-H. Tsai, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan) and National Taiwan Univ.; P. Lai, K. Lee, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan); C. K. Lee, National Taiwan Univ.
330Using enhanced disparity information under telepresence [3957-43]
N. S. Stringer, M. F. Bradshaw, I. R. L. Davies, Univ. of Surrey (UK); N. Beagley, A. Willis, Defence Evaluation and Research Agency Farnborough (UK)

PART BThe Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2000
SESSION 10

TELEPRESENCE

342Real-time interactive remote image acquisition utilizing the scope cache [3957-44]
T. Gunji, T. Yonekura, Ibaraki Univ. (Japan)
350Teleconferencing system using virtual camera [3957-45]
D. Shibuichi, T. Tanaka, Waseda Univ. (Japan); N. Terashima, H. Tominaga, Waseda Univ. (Japan) and Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan
362Supporting natural prehension in virtual environments [3957-46]
A. M. Plooy, J. P. Wann, Univ. of Reading (UK)
SESSION 11

SYSTEMS

370Building a VR narrative [3957-47]
J. Anstey, D. Pape, D. J. Sandin, Univ. of Illinois/Chicago
380RAGE visualization for Special Forces operations [3957-48]
M. O. Lanzagorta, E. Kuo, Naval Research Lab.
389Pixels are good [3957-49]
M. T. Bolas, I. E. McDowall, G. C. Williams, D. Corr, J. Berta, Fakespace Labs., Inc.
SESSION 12

SOFTWARE

398Virtual reality technique to assist measurement of degree of shaking of two minarets of an ancient building [3957-50]
A. S. Homainejad, M. Satari, Univ. of Technology of K.N. Toosi (Iran)
403Adaptive streaming protocol for mobile-augmented-reality-based concurrent engineering [3957-51]
T. Pyssysalo, Univ. of Oulu (Finland)
414Toward immersive clay modeling: interactive modeling with octrees [3957-52]
E. Moritz, Univ. of Kaiserslautern (Germany); F. Kuester, B. Hamann, K. I. Joy, Univ. of California/Davis; H. Hagen, Univ. of Kaiserslautern (Germany)
423Software components for haptic constraints [3957-53]
M. A. Hutchins, CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences (Australia)
433VR scientific visualization in an immersive room [3957-54]
M. O. Lanzagorta, R. Rosenberg, E. Kuo, Naval Research Lab.
SESSION 13

INTERACTION

446Applying hapto-visual virtual environment systems to industrial applications [3957-55]
D. R. Stevenson, CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences (Australia); F. J. D. Bogsanyi, Australian National Univ.
454Scale and collocation in hapto-visual environments [3957-56]
F. J. D. Bogsanyi, A. M. Krumm-Heller, Australian National Univ.
464Designers workbench: toward real-time immersive modeling [3957-57]
F. Kuester, Univ. of California/Davis; M. A. Duchaineau, Lawrence Livermore National Lab.; B. Hamann, K. I. Joy, K.-L. Ma, Univ. of California/Davis
473Unencumbered interaction in display environments with extended working volume [3957-58]
U. Häfner, A. Simon, M. Doulis, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering (Germany)
ADDITIONAL PAPER FROM THE ENGINEERING REALITY OF VIRTUAL REALITY 1999

482Survey of projection-based immersive displays [3957-61]
D. Wright, Electrohome, Ltd. (Canada)

493Addendum
495Author Index

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