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Multiview autostereoscopic imaging based on temporal alternation of simultaneously reproduced pairs of view images each with fullscreen resolution

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Abstract

It is described a K-view imaging method characterized by temporal alternation of jointly reproduced polarization-coded view images and by combination of temporal amplitude and static polarization parallax barriers. K/2 increase of standard frame rate 60 Hz is enough to avoid flicker (120 Hz is enough for 4-view fullscreen resolution imaging).

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