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Crosstalk-free 360-Degree Viewable 3D Display based on Pyramidal Mirrors and Diaphragms

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We propose a crosstalk-free 360-Degree display system based on n-gonal pyramidal mirrors assemblage with attached diaphragms and 3D imaging sources. Moreover, we evaluate the 3D floating display system by simulations and experiments.

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