Memtropy Signals from the Noise

June 17, 2008

360° Light Field Display

Filed under: Artificial Evolution,Video — Tomek @ 1:27 am

The Graphics Lab at the University of Southern California has designed a convincing, low-cost 3D display system. The display is

  • autostereoscopic – requires no special viewing glasses
  • omnidirectional – generates simultaneous views accommodating large numbers of viewers
  • interactive – can update content at 200Hz

The system works by projecting high-speed video onto a rapidly spinning mirror. As the mirror turns, it reflects a different and accurate image to each potential viewer.

  • Spin rate: 15-20 Hz
  • Images/revolution: 288
  • Degrees/view zone: 1.25°
  • Projected frames/second: 4320-5760 fps
  • Image resolution: 768 x 768
  • Image bit depth: Binary
  • Displayed volume:13cm3

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