A stereoscopic display

S. McKay (Inventor), S. Mason (Inventor), G. Mair (Inventor), C.S. Harrison (Inventor), Stuart McKay (Patent applicant) (Inventor)

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Abstract

A Stereoscopic Display The present invention relates to a stereoscopic display and, in particular, an auto-stereoscopic desktop display incorporating a concave mirror. Stereoscopic systems attempt to simulate natural stereoscopic vision in order to provide more life-like images. In stereoscopic vision, each eye presents the brain with a two dimensional image of an object or scene from slightly different viewpoints. These images are combined into a single three-dimensional image. In order to simulate stereoscopic vision, auto-stereoscopic systems must be arranged so that a two-dimensional image of the image source is presented separately to each eye. Also, registered as Patent Application Canada 2,559,920. National Phase of PCT/GB2006/001364.
LanguageEnglish
Patent numberWO/2004/086771
Publication statusPublished - 7 Oct 2004

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Keywords

  • desktop display
  • stereoscopic display
  • invention
  • mirror
  • vision

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McKay, S., Mason, S., Mair, G., Harrison, C. S., & Stuart McKay (Patent applicant) (2004). A stereoscopic display. (Patent No. WO/2004/086771).
McKay, S. (Inventor) ; Mason, S. (Inventor) ; Mair, G. (Inventor) ; Harrison, C.S. (Inventor) ; Stuart McKay (Patent applicant) (Inventor). / A stereoscopic display. Patent No.: WO/2004/086771.
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Patent No.: WO/2004/086771.

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