Computational Display

Tuesday, 26 July, 10:45 am - 12:15 pm, Anaheim Convention Center, Ballroom D
Session Chair: Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Research

Cinema 3D: Large-Scale Automultiscopic Display

This automultiscopic display for cinemas supports the wide range of viewing angles and distances in cinema venues by displaying a narrow angular range and replicating it to all viewers regardless of their distance.

Netalee Efrat
Weizmann Institute of Science

Piotr Didyk
Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik and Universität des Saarlandes, MMCI

Mike Foshey

Wojciech Matusik

Anat Levin
Weizmann Institute of Science

High Brightness HDR Projection Using Dynamic Freeform Lensing

This paper proposes a computational-projector architecture in which light can be steered to form images. The gain in system efficiency significantly reduces cost, increases peak luminance, and improves black level.

Gerwin Damberg
The University Of British Columbia

James Gregson
The University of British Columbia

Wolfgang Heidrich
King Abdullah University Of Science And Technology

Additive Light-Field Displays: Realization of Augmented Reality With Holographic Optical Elements

This paper introduces see-through additive light-field display as a novel variation of compressive light-field displays. The additive light-field display is more advantageous to modulate the number of layers, thickness, and pixel density than conventional compressive displays. This work could contribute to realization of augmented reality.

Seungjae Lee
Seoul National University

Changwon Jang
Seoul National University

Seokil Moon
Seoul National University

Jaebum Cho
Seoul National University

Byoungho Lee
Seoul National University

Fairy Lights in Femtoseconds: Aerial and Volumetric Graphics Rendered by a Focused Femtosecond Laser Combined With Computational Holographic Fields

A method to render aerial and volumetric graphics by femtosecond lasers and computer-generated holograms. This work is a useful contribution to exploration of the characteristics of aerial laser volumetric display systems.

Yoichi Ochiai
University of Tsukuba

Kota Kumagai
Utsunomiya University

Takayuki Hoshi
Nagoya Institute of Technology

Jun Rekimoto
University of Tokyo, Sony CSL

Satoshi Hasegawa
Utsunomiya University

Yoshio Hayasaki
Utsunomiya University