Abstract

A subpixel area-based evaluation method for an improved slanted lenticular film that minimizes the crosstalk in a quasi-three-dimensional (Q3D) display is proposed in this paper. To identify an optimal slant angle of the film, a subpixel area-based measurement is derived to evaluate the crosstalk among viewing regions of the intended subpixel and adjacent unintended subpixel by taking the real subpixel shape and black matrix into consideration. The subpixel mapping, which corresponds to the optimal slant angle of the film, can then be determined. Meanwhile, the viewing zone characteristics are analyzed to balance the light intensity in both right and left eye channels. A compact and portable Q3D system has been built and appropriate experiments have been applied. The results indicate that significant improvements in both crosstalk and resolution can be obtained with the proposed technique.

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