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Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VIII
Proceedings of the SPIE Volume 4297


[ Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XII | The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2001 ]

Contents

ixConference Committees
xiIntroduction
xixStereoscopic Imaging Standards Forum Summary

PART AStereoscopic Displays and Applications XII

SESSION 1 

STEREOSCOPIC PROJECTION

1Eclipse projection [4297-01]
L. Lipton, B. Dorwoth, StereoGraphics Corp. (USA)
5Optimal usage of LCD projectors for polarized stereoscopic projection [4297-02]
A. J. Woods, Ctr. for Marine Science and Technology/Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia)
8Efficiency of polarization optics in viewing stereoscopic images [4297-03]
V. K. Walworth, L. Cincotta, J. J. Scarpetti, Rowland Institute for Science (USA)
SESSION 2 

HUMAN FACTORS IN STEREOSCOPIC IMAGING

14Effect of overlap rate between stereoscopic images on performance in a teleoperation [4297-04]
K. Shidoji, K. Matsunaga, R. Watanabe, T. Yamamoto, K. Goshi, Y. Matsuki, Kyushu Univ. (Japan)
22Investigation of potential benefits of stereoscopic video for visual detection in turbid underwater environments [4297-05]
S. Ma, IBM Corp. (USA); P. Milgram, Univ. of Toronto (Canada)
34Perceptions of crosstalk and the possibility of a zoneless autostereoscopic display [4297-06]
M. Siegel, Carnegie Mellon Univ. (USA)
42Controlling perceived depth in stereoscopic images [4297-07]
G. R. Jones, D. Lee, N. S. Holliman, D. Ezra, Sharp Labs. of Europe Ltd. (UK)
54Sampling artifacts in perspective and stereo displays [4297-08]
J. D. Pfautz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
SESSION 3 

STEREOSCOPIC CAMERA SYSTEMS

63Computer-controlled stereoscopic camera base used to assess visual depth judgment under orthostereoscopic and nonorthostereoscopic conditions [4297-09]
C. S. Ikehara, Univ. of Hawaii/Manoa (USA)
72Stereo at the speed of light: high-speed digital stereo imaging at up to 100 million frames per second [4297-10]
D. R. Snyder, Air Force Research Lab. (USA); E. R. Chenette, R. D.Hudson, R. P. Young, Jr. Sverdrup Technology, Inc. (USA); D. W. Gardner, Silicon Mountain Design, Inc. (USA); P. E. Nebolsine, Physical Sciences, Inc. (USA)
83Relationship between operational efficiency and field-refreshing rates of stereoscopic image-pairs in teleoperational work [4297-11]
T. Ienaga, K. Matsunaga, K. Shidoji, K. Goshi, Y. Matsuki, H. Nagata, Kyushu Univ. (Japan)
91Spherical stereoscopic sensor for 3D color imaging [4297-12]
T. Ea, O. Romain, C. Gastaud, P. F. Garda, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie (France)
98Stereo mosaicing from a single moving video camera [4297-13]
S. Peleg, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem (Israel); M. Ben-Ezra, Y. Pritch, OmniStereo Ltd. (Israel)
SESSION 4 

COMPUTER-BASED STEREOSCOPIC IMAGING AND APPLICATIONS

107Method of displaying stereoscopic images under Windows 9x and Windows NT using DirectX [4297-14]
D. C. Qualman, The Win3D Co. (USA)
111Electronic stereoscopic presentations: what tools are available and what tools are needed [4297-60]
A. J. Woods, Ctr. for Marine Science and Technology/Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia)
117Stereoscopic head-up display for aviation [4297-16]
J. Kaiser, U. Mayer, A. Helmetag, Technische Univ. Darmstadt (Germany)
127Device for diagnosis and treatment of impairments on binocular vision and stereopsis [4297-17]
J. Bahn, Y.-J. Choi, J.-Y. Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology; N. V. Kodratiev, V. A. Elkhov, Yu. N. Ovechkis, NIKFI (Russia); C. Chung, Yonsei Univ. (Korea)
132Three-dimensional image capturing and representation for multimedia ambiance communication [4297-18]
T. Ichikawa, S. Iwasawa, K. Yamada, T. Kanamaru, 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)
SESSION 5 

AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS I

1413D display system for one observer using multiprojection of two-dimensional images from an arc [4297-19]
S.-K. Kim, Y. Kajiki, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Honda, Chiba Univ. (Japan)
148Performance of a flat-panel display system convertible between 2D and autostereoscopic 3D modes [4297-20]
D. J. Montgomery, G. J. Woodgate, A. M. Jacobs, J. Harrold, D. Ezra, Sharp Labs. of Europe Ltd. (UK)
160Desktop autostereoscopic display with head tracking capability [4297-21]
J.-Y. Son, S. A. Shestak, Korea institute of Science and Technology; S.-S. Kim, Samsung Electronics (Korea); Y.-J. Choi, Korea Institute of Science and Technology
165Flat-panel autostereoscopic display [4297-22]
C.-H. Tsai, K. Lee, W.-J. Hsueh, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan); C. K. Lee, National Taiwan Univ.
175Super multiview 3D display system using reflective vibrating scanner array [4297-23]
H.-I. Jeon, N.-H. Jung, J.-S. Choi, Y. Jung, Kyung-Won Univ. (Korea); Y. Huh, Korea Electrotechnology Research institute; J.-S. Kim, Ministry of Information and Communication (Korea)
187Three-dimensional display system based on computer-generated integral photography [4297-24]
S.-W. Min, S. Jung, J.-H. Park, B. Lee, Seoul National Univ. (Korea)
196Recent advances in the NYU autostereoscopic display [4297-59]
K. Perlin, C. Poultney, J. S. Kollin, D. T. Kristjansson, S. Paxia, New York Univ. (USA)
SESSION 6 

AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS II

204Varrier autostereographic display [4297-25]
D. J. Sandin, T. Margolis, G. Dawe, J. Leigh, T. A. DeFanti, Univ. of Illinois/Chicago (USA)
212Real-time view interpolation system for super multiview 3D display [4297-26]
T. Hamaguchi, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Fujii, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan and Nagoya Univ. (Japan); Y. Kajiki, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Honda, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan and Chiba Univ. (Japan)
222Optical design and analysis for super multiview three-dimensional imaging system [4297-27]
S.-S. Kim, K.-H. Sohn, Yonsei Univ. (Korea); V. Savaljev, E. F. Pen, J.-Y. Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology; J.-H. Chun, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
227Volumetric three-dimensional display system with rasteritation hardware [4297-28]
G. E. Favalora, R. K. Dorval, D. M. Hall, M. Giovinco, J. Napoli, Actuality Systems, Inc. (USA)
236Solid state volumetric display projecting 3D objects in space [4297-29]
E. van Nuland, DDD SA de CV (Mexico)
SESSION 7 

RECOMMENDATIONS AND STANDARDS FOR STEREOSCOPIC IMAGING

251Human factors involved in perception and action in a natural stereoscopic world: an up-to-date review with guidelines for stereoscopic displays and stereoscopic virtual reality (VR) [4297-30]
L. Perez-Bayas, Univ. of Geneva (Switzerland)
268Human considerations in stereoscopic displays [4297-31]
J. A. Rupkalvis, Stereoscope International (USA)
276Effects of display geometry and pixel structure on stereo display usability [4297-32]
E. Mulkens, J. W. Roberts, National Institute of Standards and Technology (USA)
SESSION 8 

STEREOSCOPIC IMAGE PROCESSING AND COMPRESSION

2903D MPEG-2 video transmission over broadband network and broadcast channels [4297-33]
G. Gagnon, S. Subramaniam, A. Vincent, Communications Research Ctr. Canada
299Stereoscopic video: asymmetrical coding with temporal interleaving [4297-34]
W. J. Tam, L. B. Stelmach, S. Subramaniam, Communications Research Ctr. Canada
307Issues in multiview autostereoscopic image compression [4297-35]
D. Shah, N. A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (UK)
317Geometric image processing of stereo pairs [4297-36]
D. F. McAllister, C. J. Desjardins, North Carolina State Univ. (USA)
328Three dimensions via the Internet [4297-37]
A. Millin, Dynamic Digital Depth, USA, Inc.; P. V. Harman, Dynamic Digital Depth Research Pty. Ltd. (Australia)
SESSION 9 

POSTER SESSION

334Perceived size of targets displayed stereoscopically [4297-39]
W. J. Tam, Communications Research Ctr. Canada; K. Shimono, Tokyo Univ. of Mercantile Marine (Japan); S. Yano, Nippon Hoso Kyokai (Japan)
346Can telepresent observers learn to take account of enhanced binocular disparities? [4297-40]
A. R. Willis, Defence Evaluation and Research Agency Farnborough (UK); M. F. Bradshaw, P. B. Hibbard, N. S. Stringer, I. R. L. Davies, S. J. Watt, Univ. of Surrey (UK)
355Performance enhancement of field-sequential stereoscopic video systems [4297-41]
W. J. Tam, D. Wang, R. Renaud, A. Vincent, Communications Research Ctr. Canada
360IllusionHole: a stereoscopic display for multiple observers [4297-42]
Y. Kitamura, Osaka Univ. (Japan); T. Konishi, Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. (Japan); T. Masaki, F. Kishino, Osaka Univ. (Japan)

PART BThe Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2001

SESSION 10 

INTERESTING TOPICS

369Approach to HIR (human-oriented information restructuring) using birds-eye views [4297-43]
K. Toyota, M. Sekitoh, T. Fujii, T. Kimoto, M. Tanimoto, Nagoya Univ. (Japan)
379Three-dimensional parameters tracking in multiview video sequences [4297-44]
Y. Perret, T. Excoffier, S. Bouakaz, Univ. Claude Bernard Lyon I (France)
389Service connectivity architecture for mobile augmented reality [4297-45]
T. Turunen, T. Pyssysalo, J. Röning, Univ. of Oulu (Finland)
SESSION 11 

EVALUATION AND SYNTHESIS

400View synthesis using parallax invariance [4297-46]
F. Dornaika, Univ. of Alberta (Canada)
408Operator performance evaluation of controlled depth of field in a stereographically displayed virtual environment [4297-47]
J. P. Brooker, P. M. Sharkey, Univ. of Reading (UK)
418Single and multiple viewer stereo with DLP projectors [4297-61]
I. E. McDowall, M. T. Bolas, D. Corr, Fakespace Inc. (USA); T. C. Schmidt, Christie Digital Systems (Canada)
SESSION 12 

APPLICATIONS

426Guided exploration in virtual environments [4297-49]
S. Beckhaus, G. Eckel, GMD-Forschungszentrum lnformationstechnik GmbH (Germany); T. Strothotte, Otto-von-Guericke-Univ. Magdeburg (Germany)
436VirtualExplorer: a plugin-based virtual reality framework [4297-50]
F. Kuester, B. Hamann, K. I. Joy, Univ. of California/Davis (USA)
4433D visualization of building services in virtual environment [4297-51]
M. Gröhn, M. Laakso, M. Mantere, T. Takala, Helsinki Univ. of Technology (Finland)
455"Talking head" system using object-oriented display [4297-52]
M. Inami, N. Kawakami, Y. Yanagida, D. Sekiguchi, Y. Zaitsu, T. Maeda, S. Tachi, Univ. of Tokyo (Japan)
SESSION 13 

INTEGRATION AND IMPLEMENTATION

465Some problems encountered in the development of a virtual reality system for evaluating human performance during emergency power-off aircraft landings [4297-53]
D. F. McAllister, B. E. Morris, K. Matson, R. C. Hogan, D. H. Mershon, C. M. Mayer, R. Lim, M. Holmes, J. Tomlinson, North Carolina State Univ. (USA)
475How to build a virtual room [4297-54]
J. Jalkanen, H. Napari, Helsinki Univ. of Technology (Finland)
486Implementation issues of 3D audio in a virtual room [4297-55]
J. Hiipakka, Helsinki Univ. of Technology (Finland) and Nokia Research Ctr. (Finland); T. Ilmonen, T. Lokki, M. Gröhn, L. Savioja, Helsinki Univ. of Technology (Finland)
496Integration of eye tracking capability into optical see-through head-mounted displays [4297-56]
H. Hua, Univ. of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign/Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology (USA)

504Addendum
505Author Index

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