3D Display's by Hitachi

3D Display's by Hitachi

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Hitachi shows off 3D display

Hitachi has been demonstrating new technology that displays flat images in 3D.

Transpost allows 360-degree viewing of an object rendered in light, without the need to use special glasses.

The technology looks like a kiosk, is over six-feet tall and over one-foot in diameter.

Hitachi's technology - which uses a combination of mirrors and light to create the image - is reportedly being developed for use in shop displays and games.
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The Transport 3-D display system, built by the Hitachi Human Interaction Laboratory, is essentially a cylinder with a projector at the bottom and a mirror at the top, facing it. In between, 24 mirrors are arranged along the cylinder's circumference and a rotating screen sits at its center.

After a proprietary camera captures moving or still images of an object from 24 directions, the projector projects them to the opposing top mirror. Images are then reflected at a certain angle to each of the 24 mirrors set along the cylinder's circumference. Those mirrors in turn reflect their views of the image onto the screen, which rotates 30 times a second.

The screen shows each of the 24 reflected images one by one as it turns to squarely face the associated mirrors. Since the rotating screen is double-sided, viewers see images at 1/60 second from a particular angle, Hitachi said. The result, to the viewer's eye, is a 3-D image.

Hitachi researchers designed the center screen with a limited viewing angle so that adjacent images would not overlap. The screen, the omnidirectional camera and software to control the system are key technologies, but the system is relatively simple and based on existing technologies, the company said.

The company is doing a feasibility study on the business prospects of the 3-D display system. It cited possible applications in advertising and arcade games. The Transport system's simplicity, and its ability to display both moving and still images in full color, make it an attractive alternative to holography, Hitachi said.

Holography has been seen as the most likely way to deliver three-dimensional images, but it still has to clear a big technological hurdle if it is to display real-time moving pictures.

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