BIN 2021-Image Display Visualization (LOT12242)
This lot is generally related to reproduction of 3D images. Disclosed is a technique to reproduce 3D images using a depth-priority integral imaging display technique to enhance the resolutions in both horizontal and vertical directions. Disclosed is a depth-priority integral imaging display technique which uses a nonuniform dynamic mask array by transmitting elemental images through a lens array and a mask panel for display of 3D images. The mask panel has a blocking region through which each elemental image cannot pass and a transmission region through which the elemental image can pass. The system has an interchanging position of the blocking region and the transmission region both corresponding to each basic lens and designed as one block. The block of the mask panel has a rectangular shaped blocking region with a long edge and a short edge, and a rectangular shaped transmission region with a long edge and a short edge. The rectangular shaped blocking region and the rectangular shaped transmission region have substantially the same area. The long edges of the rectangular shaped blocking region and the rectangular shaped transmission region are arranged along a horizontal direction in a first block and along a vertical direction in a second block adjacent to the first block to change a division boundary of a mask pattern and uses a two-times time multiplexing. The technology may be implemented in 3D image reproduction systems, 3D TV sets, stereoscopic video games, etc.