Abstract

A full resolution, low crosstalk and wide viewing angle auto-stereoscopic display is demonstrated with the use of a novel free-form surface backlight (FFSB) technique, in conjunction with a hybrid spatial and temporal control scenario. The overall crosstalk coming from adjacent channels is shown to be lower than 5% even at a wide viewing angle, and minimum achievable crosstalk can be as small as 2.41%. The key element design giving rise to achieving the full viewing angle greater than 45 degrees is also presented.

© 2015 IEEE

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