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Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XII (2001)
- Conference Program -

Monday-Wednesday 22-24 January 2001
To be published as part of Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 4297A
"Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VIII"

Part of IS&T/SPIE's 13th Annual Symposium on Electronic Imaging: Science and Technology
21-26 January 2001 ¤ San Jose Convention Center ¤ San Jose, California USA

Conference Chairs:
Program Committee:
  • Neil A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (UK);
  • Janusz Konrad, Boston University;
  • Shojiro Nagata, Japan 3D Forum/InterVision (Japan);
  • Vivian K. Walworth, Rowland Institute for Science;
  • Michael A. Weissman, Karl Storz Imaging, Inc.
Monday 22 January

Opening Remarks Mon. 9:00 am

SESSION 1  Mon. 9:10 to 10:10 am
Stereoscopic Projection
Chair: Andrew J. Woods, Curtin Univ.of Technology (Australia)

9:10am   Eclipse projection, L. Lipton, B. Dorwoth, StereoGraphics Corp.  [4297A-01]

9:30am   Optimal usage of LCD projectors for polarized stereoscopic projection, A. J. Woods, Ctr. for Marine Science and Technology/Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia)  [4297A-02]

9:50am   Efficiency of polarization optics in viewing stereoscopic images, V. K. Walworth, L. Cincotta, J. J. Scarpetti, Rowland Institute for Science; G. B. Trapani, Polaroid Corp./3M Optical Systems Div.  [4297A-03]

10:10am - 10:30am   Coffee Break

SESSION 2  Mon.10:30 am to 12:10 pm
Human Factors in Stereoscopic Imaging
Chair: John O. Merritt, The Merritt Group

10:30am   Effects of ratio differences of overlapped areas in stereoscopic images at fixation points in teleoperations, K. Matsunaga, R. Watanabe, T. Yamamoto, M. Goshi, Y. Matsuki, K. Shidoji, Kyushu Univ. (Japan)  [4297A-04]

10:50am   Potential benefits of stereoscopic video for visual detection in turbid underwater environments, P. Milgram, Univ. of Toronto (Canada); S. Ma, IBM Corp.  [4297A-05]

11:10am   Perceptions of crosstalk and the possibility of a zoneless autostereoscopic display, M. Siegel, Carnegie Mellon Univ.  [4297A-06]

11:30am   Controlling perceived depth in stereoscopic images, G. R. Jones, D. Lee, N. S. Holliman, D. Ezra, Sharp Labs. of Europe Ltd. (UK)  [4297A-07]

11:50am   Sampling artifacts in stereo and perspective displays, J. D. Pfautz, MIT Research Lab. of Electronics  [4297A-08]

12:10pm - 1:30pm   Lunch Break

SESSION 3  Mon. 1:30 to 3:10 pm
Stereoscopic Camera Systems
Chair: Neil A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (UK)

1:30pm   Computer controlled stereoscopic camera base used to assess visual depth judgment under orthostereoscopic and non-orthostereoscopic conditions, C. S. Ikehara, Univ. of Hawaii/Manoa  [4297A-09]

1:50pm   Stereo at the speed of light: high-speed digital stereo imaging at up to 1-million frames per second, D. R. Snyder, Air Force Research Lab.; E. R. Chenette, Univ. of Florida; J. Hudson, Sverdrup Technology, Inc.; D. W. Gardner, Silicon Mountain Design, Inc.; R. P. Young, Sr., Sverdrup Technology, Inc.; P. E. Nebolsine, Physical Sciences, Inc.  [4297A-10]

2:10pm   Relationship between operational efficiency and a number of field-refreshing rates of stereoscopic image pairs, T. Ienaga, K. Matsunaga, K. Shidoji, K. Goshi, Y. Matsuki, H. Nagata, Kyushu Univ. (Japan)  [4297A-11]

2:30pm   Spherical stereoscopic sensor for 3D color imaging, T. Ea, O. Romain, C. Gastaud, P. F. Garda, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie (France)  [4297A-12]

2:50pm   Stereo mosaicing from a single moving video camera, S. Peleg, M. Ben-Ezra, Y. Pritch, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem (Israel)  [4297A-13]

3:10pm - 3:30pm   Coffee Break

SESSION 4  Mon. 3:30 to 5:10 pm
Computer-Based Stereoscopic Imaging and Applications
Chair: Andrew J. Woods, Ctr. for Marine Science and Technology/Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia)

3:30pm   Method of displaying stereoscopic images under Windows 9x using DirectX, D. C. Qualman, The Win3D Co.  [4297A-14]

3:50pm   Stereoscopic synthetic vision navigation display for aircraft, U. Mayer, M. D. Neumann, G. Smietanski, S. Kranz, Technische Univ. Darmstadt (Germany) [4297A-15]

4:10pm   Stereoscopic head-up display for aviation, J. Kaiser, A. Helmetag, U. Mayer, Technische Univ. Darmstadt (Germany)  [4297A-16]

4:30pm   Device and software for diagnostics and treatment of binocular and stereoscopic vision impairments, J. Bahn, Y. Choi, J. Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea); N. V. Kodratiev, V. A. Elkhov, Y. N. Ovechkis, NIKFI (Russia)  [4297A-17]

4:50pm   Three-dimensional image capturing and representation for multimedia ambiance communication, T. Ichikawa, K. Yamada, T. Kanamaru, H. Suga, S. Iwasawa, 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)  [4297A-18]

3D Media Screening Session  5:20 to 6:20 pm

Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Dinner  ~6:45pm onwards
A no-host, informal dinner open to all SD&A attendees will be held at a local San Jose restaurant. Details will be available at the conference.

Tuesday 23 January

SESSION 5   Tues. 9:30 am to Noon
Autostereoscopic Displays I
Chair: Stephen A. Benton, MIT Media Lab.

9:30am   Three-dimensional display system for one observer using multiprojection of 2D images from an arc, S. K. Kim, Y. Kajiki, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Honda, Chiba Univ. and Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan  [4297A-19]

9:50am   Performance of flat panel display systems convertible between 2D and autostereoscopic 3D modes, D. Ezra, G. J. Woodgate, J. Harrold, A. M. Jacobs, D. J. Montgomery, Sharp Labs. of Europe Ltd. (UK)  [4297A-20]

10:10am   Desktop autostereoscopic display with head tracking capability, J. Y. Son, S. Chestak, S. S. Kim, Y. J. Choi, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)  [4297A-21]

10:30am - 10:50am   Coffee Break

10:50am   Flat-panel autostereoscopic display, C. H. Tsai, Industrial Technology Research Institute and National Taiwan Univ. (Taiwan); K. Lee, W. J. Hsueh, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan); C. K. Lee, National Taiwan Univ. (Taiwan)  [4297A-22]

11:10am   Super multiview 3D display system using reflective vibrating scanner array(ViSA), H. J. Jeon, N. H. Jung, J. S. Choi, M. H. Kim, Kyung-Won Univ. (Korea)  [4297A-23]

11:30am   Three-dimensional display system based on computer-generated integral photography, S. W. Min, S. Y. Jung, J. H. Park, B. H. Lee, Seoul National Univ. (Korea)  [4297A-24]

11:50am   Recent advances in the NYU Autostereoscopic Display, K. Perlin, C. Poultney, J. S. Kollin, D. T. Kristjansson, S. Paxia, New York Univ.

12:10pm - 1:30pm   Lunch/Exhibit Break

SESSION 6  Tues. 1:30 to 3:10 pm
Autostereoscopic Displays II
Chair: Shojiro Nagata, Japan 3D Forum/InterVision (Japan)

1:30pm   Barrier auto stereo display, D. J. Sandin, T. DeFanit, T. Margolis, Univ. of Illinois/Chicago  [4297A-25]

1:50pm   Real-time view interpolation system for super multiview 3D display, T. Hamaguchi, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Fujii, Nagoya Univ. (Japan); Y. Kajiki, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; T. Honda, Chiba Univ. (Japan)  [4297A-26]

2:10pm   Three-dimensional imaging system based on a point light source array, S. S. Kim, Yonsei Univ. (Korea); V. Savaljev, E. F. Pen, J. Y. Son, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea); J. H. Chun, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)  [4297A-27]

2:30pm   Volumetric three-dimensional display system with rasterization hardware, G. E. Favalora, R. K. Dorval, D. M. Hall, M. Giovinco, Actuality Systems, Inc.  [4297A-28]

2:50pm   Solid state volumetric display projecting 3D objects in space, E. van Nuland, DDD S.A. de C.V. (Mexico)  [4297A-29]

3:10pm - 3:40pm   Coffee Break

SESSION 7  Tues. 3:40 to 4:40 pm
Recommendations and Standards for Stereoscopic Imaging
Chair: Michael A. Weissman, Karl Storz Imaging, Inc.

3:40pm   Human factors involved in the perception and action in a natural stereoscopic world: an up-to-date review and guidelines for stereoscopic displays and stereoscopic virtual reality (VR), L. Perez-Bayas, Univ. Geneva (Switzerland)  [4297A-30]

4:00pm   Human vision considerations in stereoscopic displays, J. A. Rupkalvis, StereoScope International  [4297A-31]

4:20pm   Effects of display geometry and pixel structure on stereo display usability, J. W. Roberts, National Institute of Standards and Technology [4297A-32]

Panel Discussion   Tues. 4:40 to 5:40 pm
Standards in Stereoscopic Imaging
Panel Moderator: Michael A. Weissman, Karl Storz Imaging, Inc.

Wednesday 24 January

SESSION 8  Wed. 9:30 to 11:40 am
Stereoscopic Image Processing and Compression
Chair: Janusz Konrad, INRS-Telecommunications (Canada)

9:30am   Three-dimensional MPEG-2 video transmission over broadband network and broadcast channels, G. Gagnon, A. Vincent, Communications Research Ctr. Canada  [4297A-33]

9:50am   Stereoscopic video: asymmetrical coding with temporal interleaving, W. J. Tam, L. B. Stelmach, S. Subramaniam, Communications Research Ctr. Canada [4297A-34]

10:10am   Issues in multiview autostereoscopic image compression, D. Shah, N. A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (UK)  [4297A-35]

10:30am - 11:00am   Coffee Break

11:00am   Geometric image processing of stereo pairs, D. F. McAllister, C. J. DesJardins, North Carolina State Univ.  [4297A-36]

11:20am   Three-dimensions via the Internet, A. Millin, P. V. Harman, Dynamic Digital Depth Research Pty. Ltd. (Australia)  [4297A-37]

Session 9  Wed. 11:40am to Noon
Poster Pop Session
Chair: Vivian K. Walworth, Rowland Institute for Science

Poster authors will give a 5-minute oral review of their poster presentations. Posters will be available for viewing during the demonstration session

* Perceived size of targets displayed stereoscopically, W. J. Tam, Communications Research Ctr. Canada; K. Shimono, Tokyo Univ. of Mercantile Marine (Japan); S. Yano, Nippon Hoso Kyokai (Japan)  [4297A-39]

* Can telepresent observers learn to take account of enhanced binocular disparities? N. S. Stringer, M. F. Bradshaw, I. R. L. Davies, P. B. Hibbard, Univ. of Surrey (UK); A. Willis, Defence Evaluation and Research Agency Farnborough (UK)  [4297A-40]

* Performance enhancement of field-sequential stereoscopic video systems, W. J. Tam, D. Wang, R. Renaud, A. Vincent, Communications Research Ctr. Canada  [4297A-41]

* Illusion Hole: a stereoscopic display for multiple observers, Y. Kitamura, T. Konishi, T. Masaki, F. Kishino, Osaka Univ. (Japan) [4297A-42]

12:00pm - 1:30pm   Lunch/Exhibit Break

SESSION 10 Wed. 1:30 to 2:30 pm
Keynote Presentation

"Stereoscopic Computer Animation for Location-Based Entertainment",
Jeff Kleiser, Kleiser-Walczak Construction Company

Computer-generated stereoscopic imagery projected on a large screen can be used in Location-Based Entertainment to create high impact visual effects for large audiences. Recent projects will be presented with stereoscopic projection of production stages. Images from Universal's THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF SPIDER-MAN and the Robert Wilson/Philip Glass opera MONSTERS OF GRACE will be presented along with work-in-progress images from Busch Gardens CORKSCREW HILL, slated for completion in Spring 2001.

SESSION 11 Wed. 2:30 to 5:00 pm
Hardware Demonstrations and Author Interviews
Chairs: Andrew J. Woods, Ctr. for Marine Science and Technology/Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia); Michael A. Weissman, Karl Storz Imaging, Inc.

Demonstrations of Stereoscopic Display, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Telepresence Technologies

Interactive, hands-on demonstrations of stereoscopic hardware and display content to support presentations given in the conferences "Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XII" and "The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2001."

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