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Principles

Independently present images to each eye.
Active stutters, passive polaroid, head mounted.
















































Stereo Monitor, Active or Passive

Swinburne University Astrophysics and Supercomputing
Active stereo most common (Requires higher end monitor)
Graphics card and driver that supports 120Hz.
Visible flicker appears around the 100Hz range, user dependent
Passive stereo using Z-Screen






































Desk (Single or dual screen)

Active stereo
Immersa-Desk
Trimension






































Single Wall

Active or Passive (Passive requires a special surface)
Swinburne University Astrophysics and Supercomputing
Multiple emitters for room coverage
IMAX 3D






































Dual Wall

Active stereo
Wedge (Powerhouse Museum, ANU)
Head tracking requirement, single person.






































Curved Wall

Active stereo
RMIT I-Cubed
Edge blending, multiple graphics pipes (High hardware costs)
Limited sweet spot, only suited to a small group.






































Surround Stereo

Cave by Trimension
Single person environment, heavy use of head tracking.
Active stereo






































Cabin

Fully enclosed version of the CAVE.
Active stereo






































Head Mounted Displays






































Autostereoscopic Displays

Lenticular, Barrier strip. Dresden 3D
Autostereoscopic prints






































Full 360 "walk around" displays

Actuality Systems


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