Light Field Displays


Lightfield Cameras and Displays Point to the Future

by Bob Raikes

I reported last week (Plenty to See from Technicolor in Rennes) on my visit to the Technicolor R&D Department in Rennes. The last item on the visit was on a topic that has intrigued …

Tags:Light Field Cameras| Light Field Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 16

Analogue Light Field Displays are More Convincing than Digital

by Kenneth Li

Light Field Display may not be a familiar term to most people. Instead, most of us may have come into contact with applications such as virtual reality viewers, stereoscopic displays, 3-D televisions, 3-D pictures, …

Tags:Light Field Displays| Vol 23 - Issue 06

Magic Leap Taps Market for More Funding

by Norbert Hildebrand

Magic Leap is somewhat of a dark horse in the augmented reality arena. We have reported on them before even though their releases are more of a short marketing release than a clear statement …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Large Display Monitor| Light Field Displays| Mobile Display Monitor| SmartGlasses| Vol 22 - Issue 49

Google, Patents and Holograms

by Norbert Hildebrand

In recent news, Google was quoted by almost all publications on this planet (it seemed) as filing for a patent that involves displaying holograms in their next generation head mounted display device. There is …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Google Glass| Holographic Displays| Light Field Displays| Mobile Display Monitor| Patents| Virtual Reality| Vol 22 - Issue 40

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University of Stanford Shows Light Field Virtual Headset

by Norbert Hildebrand

Gordon Wetzstein, assistant professor at the Stanford University Computational Imaging Group, and his team have developed a new virtual reality headset prototype they call “a light-field stereoscope”. They promise that their headset decreases motion …

Tags:Light Field Displays| Mobile Display Monitor| Virtual Displays| Virtual Sets| Vol 22 - Issue 32