Abstract

The crosstalk is always an issue for 3D displays. In this paper, we proposed a digital image processing method that could further reduce the optical crosstalk in 3D displays. Unlike the previous method, the proposed method—multi-zone digital crosstalk reduction method (MZ-DCR)—is not only based on the software approach, but also on the pixel structure of the 3D displays. In this paper, a patterned retarder 3D display with 2D1G panel was used to demonstrate the improvement of MZ-DCR method. a head tracking system was implemented to further enlarge the viewing angle.

© 2014 IEEE

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