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Spatiotemporal-multiplexing super-multiview display technology based on planar-aligned OLED microdisplay

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A super multi-view display technology based on planar-aligned OLED microdisplays is proposed. Through combining time-multiplexing with the spatial-multiplexing, a prototype system is demonstrated to present 40 parallax views by only 10 OLED micro-displays.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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