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Conference Program:


Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIV


Conference 5006A
Tuesday-Thursday 21-23 January 2003
Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, California, USA
To be published as Proceedings of SPIE Vol. #5006 Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems X



Sponsored by:    

Conference Chairs: Andrew J. Woods, Ctr. for Marine Science and Technology/Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia); John O. Merritt, The Merritt Group; Stephen A. Benton, MIT Media Lab.

Program Committee: Neil A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (UK); Janusz Konrad, Boston Univ.; Shojiro Nagata, InterVision (Japan); Lew B. Stelmach, Communications Research Ctr. Canada; Vivian K. Walworth, Jasper Associates


Tuesday 21 January 2003

SESSION 1 . . . . . . Tues. 8:30 to 10:10 am

Stereoscopic Display Systems

Chair: Stephen A. Benton, MIT Media Lab.

Binocular retinal scanning laser display with integrated focus cues for ocular accommodation, B. Schowengerdt, Univ. of Washington and Univ. of California/Davis; E. J. Seibel, J. P. Kelly, N. L. Silverman, T. A. Furness III Univ. of Washington [5006-05]

Random dot stereograms generated with ray tracing as a visualization tool for evaluating stereoscopic camera systems, C. F. Dadson, Boeing Co. [5006-02]

Building a large scale, high-resolution tiled rear-projected passive stereo display system based on commodity component, G. Bresnahan, R. Gasser, A. Abaravichyus, E. Brisson, M. Walterman, Boston Univ. [5006-03]

Screenless 3D television, C. Moller, O. S. Cossairt, MIT Media Lab.; A. R. Travis, Univ. of Cambridge (UK); S. A. Benton, MIT Media Lab. [5006-04]

Light loss reduction of LCD polarized stereoscopic projection, V. A. Elkhov, Y. N. Ovechkis, Moscow Cinema and Photo Research Institute (Russia) [5006-01]

SESSION 2 . . . . . . Tues.10:30 am to 12:10 pm

Autostereoscopic Displays I: Integral Imaging

Chair: Shojiro Nagata, Intervision (Japan)

Integral three-dimensional television based on super-high-definition video system, J. Arai, M. Kobayashi, H. Shimamoto, M. Okui, F. Okano, NHK Science and Technical Research Labs. (Japan) [5006-06]

Full parallax images with a diamond shape pixel cell, J. Y. Son, V. V. Saveljev, Y. J. Choi, J. E. Bahn, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea) [5006-07]

Computer generation of integral 3D images with maximum effective viewing angle, J. Ren, A. Aggoun, M. McCormick, De Montfort Univ. (UK) [5006-08]

Integral 3D imaging that has an enhanced viewing-angle along full direction with no mechanical movement, S. Jung, J. Park, H. Choi, B. Lee, Seoul National Univ. (Korea) [5006-09]

Digital three-dimensional object reconstruction and correlation based on integral imaging, Y. Frauel, Univ. Nacional Autónoma de México; B. Javidi, Univ. of Connecticut [5006-10]

Lunch Break

SESSION 3 . . . . . . Tues. 1:30 to 3:10 pm

Autostereoscopic Displays II

Chair: Neil A. Dodgson, Univ. of Cambridge (UK)

True 3D without glasses: two large-screen autostereoscopic displays, A. L. Smeyne, Northrop Grumman Corp.; G. R. Martin, Chromux Corp. (UK) [5006-11]

High-resolution autostereoscopic immersive imaging display using a monocentric optical system, J. M. Cobb, D. Kessler, J. A. Agostinelli, Eastman Kodak Co. [5006-12]

Real image based autostereoscopic display using a LCD panel, mirrors, and lenses, H. Kakeya, Univ. of Tsukuba (Japan) [5006-13]

Desktop autostereoscopic display using compact LED projector, H. Kaneko, T. Ohshima, O. Ebina, A. Arimoto, Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan) [5006-14]

Second version of 3D display system by fan-like array of projection optics, T. Honda, Chiba Univ. (Japan); M. Shimomatsu, H. Imai, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; S. Kobayashi, Chiba Univ. (Japan); H. Nate, K. Susami, Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan; H. Iwane, Chiba Univ. (Japan) [5006-15]

SESSION 4 . . . . . . Tues. 3:30 to 5:30 pm

Autostereoscopic Displays III

Chair: John O. Merritt, The Merritt Group

Special features of stereo visualization in multichannel autostereoscopic display from 4D vision, I. Relke, A. Grasnick, 4D-Vision GmbH (Germany) [5006-16]

Applications of the interactive multiview autostereoscopic display system to visual ergonomic, anatomical, and heritage images, S. Nagata, Intervision (Japan); M. Onodera, Y. Nozaka, Iwate Medical Univ. (Japan); A. Nakazawa, Univ. of Tokyo (Japan); K. Ikeuchi, Univ. of Tokyo (Japan) [5006-17]

Full-time full-resolution dual stereoscopic/autostereoscopic display or rock solid 3D on a flat screen: with glasses or without! P. Kleinberger, I. Kleinberger, H. Goldberg, Y. Y. Mantinband, 3ality Ltd. (Israel); J. L. Johnson, USAREUR and V Corps Science Advisor; J. C. Kirsch, B. K. Jones, U.S. Army Aviation & Missile Command [5006-18]

Position and velocity depending subpixel correction for spatial-multiplexed autostereoscopic displays, M. Andiel, S. Hentschke, Univ. Kassel (Germany) [5006-19]

Three-dimensional volumetric display by inclined-plane scanning, D. Miyazaki, Univ. of California/San Diego; T. Eto, Y. Nishimura, K. Matsushita, Osaka City Univ. (Japan) [5006-20]

SOLIDFELIX 3D display: a static volume display, K. Langhans, C. Guill, E. Rieper, Youth Research Ctr. of Applied Sciences (Germany) [5006-21]

3D Screening Session . . . . . . 5:30 to 6:30 pm

See large screen examples of how 3D video is being used and produced around the world.


Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Dinner. . . . . 7 pm to late

A no-host, informal dinner open to all SD&A attendees will be held at a local Santa Clara restaurant. Details will be available at the conference. (Not to be confused with the "All-Conference Banquet").


Wednesday 22 January 2003

Plenary Speaker . . . . . . Wed. 8:30 to 9:15 am
Digital Image Processing: How far are we?
Murat Kunt, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland)
See Special Events for more details
SESSION 5 . . . . . . Wed. 9:30 to 10:30 am

Stereoscopic Video

Chair: Andrew J. Woods, Ctr. for Marine Science and Technology/Curtin Univ. of Technology (Australia)

Parallax player: a stereoscopic format converter, M. H. Feldman, L. Lipton, StereoGraphics Corp. [5006-22]

Development of the 960p stereoscopic digital video format, J. Goodman, 21st Century 3D; J. O. Merritt, The Merritt Group [5006-23]

Parallax measurement and its application to the analysis of visual comfort for stereoscopic HDTV, Y. Nojiri, H. Yamanoue, F. Okano, NHK Science & Technical Research Labs. (Japan) [5006-24]

SESSION 6 . . . . . . Wed.10:50 am to 12:10 pm

Stereoscopic Image Coding

Chair: Lew B. Stelmach, Communications Research Ctr. Canada

Low bandwidth stereoscopic image encoding and transmission, J. Flack, S. Fox, P. V. Harman, Dynamic Digital Depth Inc. (Australia) [5006-25]

Perceptual evaluation of JPEG-coded stereoscopic images, P. Seuntiens, L. Meesters, W. A. IJsselsteijn, Eindhoven Univ. of Technology (Netherlands) [5006-26]

Effect of the compression of the depth map image on depth-fused 3D image quality, K. Uehira, Kanagawa Institute of Technology (Japan); S. Suyama, H. Takada, NTT Cyber Space Labs. (Japan) [5006-27]

Progressive coding of stereo images using a hybrid scheme, T. Palfner, E. Müller, Univ. Rostock (Germany) [5006-28]

Lunch/Exhibition Break

SESSION 7 . . . . . . Wed. 1:30 to 3:10 pm

Human Factors I

Chair: John O. Merritt, The Merritt Group

Study of how crosstalk affects stereopsis in stereoscopic displays, K. C. Huang, J. C. Yuan, C. H. Tsai, W. J. Hsueh, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan) [5006-44]

Examination of stereoscopic 3D display system using a correction lens, T. Kawai, T. Shibata, K. Ohta, Waseda Univ. (Japan); Y. Yoshihara, Arisawa Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Japan); T. Inoue, Kanagawa Institute of Technology (Japan); T. Iwasaki, Univ. of Occupational and Environmental Health (Japan) [5006-47]

Determinants of perceived image quality: ghosting vs. brightness, L. M. Wilcox, York Univ. (Canada); J. A. Stewart, Queen's Univ. (Canada) [5006-31]

Improving the visual comfort of stereoscopic images, L. B. Stelmach, W. J. Tam, F. Speranza, R. Renaud, Communications Research Ctr. Canada [5006-32]

Enhancement of stereoscopic comfort by fats control of frequency content with wavelet transform, N. Lemmer, G. Moreau, P. Fuchs, Ecole des Mines de Paris (France) [5006-33]

SESSION 8 . . . . . . Wed. 3:40 to 4:40 pm

Human Factors II

Chair: Lew B. Stelmach, Communications Research Ctr. Canada

Evaluating accuracy and precision in a stereoscopic display: perception of 3D object motion, J. M. Harris, Univ. of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) [5006-34]

Comparison of stereoscopic and non-stereoscopic video images for visual telephone systems, W. J. Tam, A. Vincent, R. Renaud, P. Blanchfield, T. Martin, Communications Research Ctr. Canada [5006-35]

Survey of perceptual quality issues in three-dimensional television systems, L. Meesters, W. A. IJsselsteijn, P. Seuntiens, Eindhoven Univ. of Technology (Netherlands) [5006-36]

Panel Discussion . . . . . . Wed. 4:40 to 5:40 pm

The Future of Stereoscopic Imaging

Panel Moderator: Lenny Lipton, StereoGraphics Corp.
Panel Members: Daniel J. Sandin, Univ. of Illinois/Chicago; Stephen A. Benton, MIT Media Lab.; Mark T. Bolas, Fakespace Inc.; Dave Cook, NVIDIA Corp.; Jeff Fergason, Ilixco Inc.

Thursday 23 January 2003

Plenary Speaker . . . . . . Thurs. 8:30 to 9:15 am
Computer Vision and Computer Graphics: Direct and Inverse Problems
Tomaso A. Poggio, Artificial Intelligence Lab., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
See Special Events for more details
SESSION 9 . . . . . . Thurs. 9:30 am to Noon

Stereoscopic Image Processing

Chair: Janusz Konrad, Boston Univ.

Artifact reduction in lenticular multiscopic 3D displays by means of antialias filtering, J. Konrad, P. Agniel, Boston Univ. [5006-38]

Stereoscopic visualization and reconstruction of turbulent flames, W. B. Ng, Y. Zhang, Univ. of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UK) [5006-37]

Producing anaglyphs from synthetic images, D. F. McAllister, W. R. Sanders III, North Carolina State Univ. [5006-39]

Hardware-accelerated autostereogram rendering for interactive 3D visualization, C. Petz, B. Goldluecke, M. Magnor, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik (Germany) [5006-40]

Adaptive disparity estimation scheme using balanced stereo image sequences, K. H. Bae, Y. O. Kim, E. S. Kim, Kwangwoon Univ. (Korea) [5006-41]

Synthesizing stereo 3D views from focus cues in monoscopic 2D images, S. Aguirre Valencia, R. M. Rodriguez-Dagnino, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores (Mexico) [5006-42]

Lunch/Exhibition Break

SESSION 10 . . . . . . Thurs. 1:30 to 2:00 pm

Poster Pop Session

Chair: Vivian K. Walworth, Jasper Associates

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

  • Pioneering block-based stereo image CODEC in wavelet domain, E. A. Edirisinghe, Y. Nayan, Loughborough Univ. (UK) [5006-48]
  • Large-scale projection using integral imaging techniques, R. Kotecha, M. McCormick, N. A. Davies, De Montfort Univ. (UK) [5006-49]
  • Automatic control of parallel stereoscopic camera by disparity compensation, K. C. Kwon, N. Kim, Y. S. Choi, Chungbuk National Univ. (Korea); S. K. Gil, Suwon Univ. (Korea) [5006-50]

SESSION 11 . . Hardware Demonstrations and Author Interviews . . . . Thurs. 2:00 to 4:30 pm

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 XIV" and "The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2003."


SESSION 12 . . . . . . .Thurs. 4:30 to 5:30 pm
Keynote Presentation

Understanding Stereoscopic Vision (Keynote Address),
Professor Ian Howard, Centre for Vision Research, York University (Canada). [5006-51]

The study of binocular vision goes back to Euclid in the 3rd century BC and Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD. The study of stereoscopic vision started when Charles Wheatstone invented the stereoscope in 1836. In 1967 Barlow, Blakemore and Pettigrew discovered brain cells sensitive to binocular disparity. This talk will review the landmarks in the physiological and psychophysical study of stereoscopic vision as well as reviewing some recent developments in understanding stereoscopic vision.

Ian Howard is Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Founding Director of the Centre for Vision Research at York University, Toronto, Canada. Professor Howard has been researching human vision since 1953 and received his PhD from Durham University in experimental psychology in 1966. During his long career, he has authored or co-authored over 100 journal and conference papers, 22 book chapters and 5 books. Professor Howard has recently completed the two volume book 'Seeing in Depth' - co-authored with Brian J. Rogers of Oxford - a sequel to their 1995 book 'Binocular Vision and Stereopsis'.


5:30pm   End.


Changes from original program:
changed time/date: [5006-44] [5006-47]
swapped order in program: [5006-37] <-> [5006-38]
cancelled: [5006-29] [5006-43] [5006-45] [5006-46]


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