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Spie Press Book

Selected Papers on Three-Dimensional Displays
Editor(s): Stephen A. Benton
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Date Published: 9 May 2001
Pages: 458
ISBN: 9780819438935
Volume: MS162

Table of Contents
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xiii Preface
Stephen A. Benton
xv Introduction
Stephen A. Benton
xxv Figure 1. The 3D "road map"
Stephen A. Benton
Section One
Vision
3 Contributions to the physiology of vision. Part the first. On some remarkable, and hitherto unobserved, phenomena of binocular vision Charles Wheatstone (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1838)
27 On the law of visible position in single and binocular vision, and on the representation of solid figures by the union of dissimilar plane pictures on the retina Sir David Brewster (The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science 1844)
54 Contributions to the physiology of vision. Part the second. On some remarkable, and hitherto unobserved, phenomena of binocular vision (continued) Charles Wheatstone (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1852)
71 Binocular depth perception of computer-generated patterns Bela Julesz (Bell System Technical Journal 1960)
Section Two
Stereoscopes
111 An account of a new stereoscope Sir David Brewster (Report of the Nineteenth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1850)
113 History of the "American Stereoscope" Oliver Wendell Holmes (Philadelphia Photographer 1869)
116 Stereoscopic viewing device Wilhelm B. Gruber (U.S. Patent No. 2,189,285, 1940)
119 Stereoscopic television apparatus Henry J. De N. McCollum (U.S. Patent No. 2,388,170, 1945)
122 A head-mounted three dimensional display Ivan E. Sutherland (in Joint Computer Conference [Proceedings of the AFIPS] 1968)
Section Three
Wavelength-Multiplexed Displays
133 Zwei neue stereoskopische Methoden W. Rollmann (Annalen der Physik und Chemie 1853)
135 Nouvel appareil st�r�oscopique J.-Ch. d'Almeida (Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des S�ances de l'Acad�mie des Sciences 1858)
138 Estampes, photographies et tableaux st�r�oscopiques, produisant lair effet en plein jour, sans l aide du st�r�oscope Louis Ducos Duhauron (French Patent No. 216,465, 1891)
146 Stereoscopic print Louis Ducos Duhauron (U.S. Patent No. 544,666, 1895)
Section Four
Time-Multiplexed Displays
151 Stereoscopic television system Lenny Lipton, Michael R. Starks, James D. Stewart, Lawrence D. Meyer [later removed as co- inventor] (U.S. Patent No. 4,523,226, 1985)
171 Stereoscopic motion-picture device Laurens Hammond (U.S. Patent No. 1,506,524, 1924)
177 Stereoscopic display system Ulrich Bonne (U.S. Patent No. 3,858,001, 1974)
186 Liquid crystal stereoscopic television system John A. Roese (U.S. Patent No. 3,821,466, 1974)
Section Five
Polarization-Multiplexed Displays
195 On the construction of kaleidoscopes which combine the colours and forms produced by polarized light Sir David Brewster (in The Kaleidoscope, Its History, Theory, and Construction 1870)
198 Method by which pictures projected upon screens by magic lanterns are seen in relief John Anderton (U.S. Patent No. 542,321, 1895)
201 Polarizing optical system Edwin H. Land (U.S. Patent No. 2,099,694, 1937)
208 Apparatus employing polarized light for the production of stereoscopic images Edwin H. Land, Joseph Mahler (U.S. Patent No. 2,203,687, 1940)
216 e -70 [Stereoscopic cinematography in the Soviet pavilion at Expo '70] A. G. Boltyanskii, N. A. Ovsyannikova (Tekhnika Kino i Televideniya 1970)
Section Six
Autostereoscopy: Specular Displays
225 Improvements in stereoscopic apparatus Henry Swan (British Patent No. 3249, 1862)
230 Photograph of a Henry Swan Casket Portrait (c. 1865) Courtesy the MIT Museum, Museum of Holography Collection
231 Note on a real-image stereoscope (footnote p. 115 in "On the cyclide") James Clerk Maxwell (The Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 1868)
232 Stereoscopic apparatus Josef Mahler (U.S. Patent No. 1,992,872, 1935)
235 Advertisement for the Mahler "Photoplastikon" Reichert AG 1939
236 Specular displays [excerpt] Helmut Weiss (in Display Systems Engineering, H. R. Luxenberg and R. L. Kuehn, editors, 1968)
241 Head tracking stereoscopic display Alfred Schwartz (IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 1986)
246 Optical systems with multiple exit pupils for viewing stereoscreens without spectacles [excerpt] N. A. Valyus (in Stereoscopy 1966)
249 Autostereoscopic 3-D display Adrian R. L. Travis (Applied Optics 1990)
Section Seven
Autostereoscopy: Parallax Stereograms
255 A novel stereogram Frederic E. Ives (Journal of the Franklin Institute 1902)
257 Parallax stereogram and process of making same Frederic E. Ives (U.S. Patent No. 725,567, 1903)
260 Art of making cinematographic projections Edmond Henri Victor Noaillon (U.S. Patent No. 1,772,782, 1930)
268 Three dimensional unaided viewing method and apparatus Robert B. Collender (U.S. Patent No. 3,178,720, 1965)
284 An autostereoscopic CRT display Homer B. Tilton (in Three-Dimensional Imaging 1977)
Section Eight
Lenticular Displays
291 Stereoscopic picture Walter Hess (U.S. Patent No. 1,128,979, 1915)
295 Photographic method and apparatus Clarence W. Kanolt (U.S. Patent No. 1,260,682, 1918)
Section Nine
Integral Photography
305 �preuves r�versibles. Photographies int�grales G. Lippmann (Comptes Rendus de l'Acad�mie des Sciences 1908)
311 Optical properties of a Lippmann lenticulated sheet Herbert E. Ives (Journal of the Optical Society of America 1931)
317 Integral photography Roger Lannes de Montebello (U.S. Patent No. 3,503,315, 1970)
Section Ten "Slice-Stacking" Displays
331 Repr�sentation photographique d'un solide dans l'espace. Photo-st�r�o-synth�se Louis Lumi�re (Comptes Rendus de l'Acad�mie des Sciences 1920)
337 Optical method and means Francis MacLean Smith, Thomas Aquinas Kirby (U.S. Patent No. 2,336,508, 1943)
350 Practical solid state three dimensional (3-D) display John L. Coddington, Robert J. Schipper (in IRE International Convention Record 1962)
358 Variable focal length mirrors J. C. Muirhead (Review of Scientific Instruments 1961)
359 Stereoscopic display using rapid varifocal mirror oscillations Alan C. Traub (Applied Optics 1967)
362 A true three-dimensional display Jordan D. Lewis, Carl M. Verber, Robert B. McGhee (IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 1971)
371 Lasers add a third dimension to graphics Michael Cross (New Scientist 1982)
Section Eleven
Holography
375 A new microscopic principle D. Gabor (Nature 1948)
377 Reconstructed wavefronts and communication theory Emmett N. Leith, Juris Upatnieks (Journal of the Optical Society of America 1962)
385 [On the reflection of the optical properties of an object in the wavefield of radiation scattered by it] Yu. N. Denisyuk (in Trudy GOI, Set of Selected Articles on Holography by Prof. Yu. N. Denisyuk, 1988; first published 1962)
389 Photographic reconstruction of the optical properties of an object in its own scattered radiation field Yu. N. Denisyuk (Soviet Physics-Doklady 1962)
392 Wavefront reconstruction with diffused illumination and three-dimensional objects Emmett N. Leith, Juris Upatnieks (Journal of the Optical Society of America 1964)
399 Holograms with nonpseudoscopic real images F. B. Rotz, A. A. Friesem (Applied Physics Letters 1966)
402 Bandwidth reduction of hologram transmission systems by elimination of vertical parallax D. J. DeBitetto (Applied Physics Letters 1968)
405 Hologram reconstructions with extended incoherent sources Stephen A. Benton (Journal of the Optical Society of America 1969)
Section Twelve
Holographic Stereograms
409 3-D imagery and holograms of objects illuminated in white light R. V. Pole (Applied Physics Letters 1967)
412 Holographic panoramic stereograms synthesized from white light recordings D. J. DeBitetto (Applied Optics 1969)
414 A new approach to computer-generated holography M. C. King, A. M. Noll, D. H. Berry (Applied Optics 1970)
419 Bibliography
427 Author Index
429 Subject Index

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