• 3D Display Technologies
    • School of Electronic, Information and Electrical Engineering
    • Credit. 2
    • IE417
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    • WILL BEGIN
    • Fall , 2015
    • 1170
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • Three-dimensional (3D) display is an ultimate display technology. From the theaters to TVs at home, to naked eye mobile devices, 3-D displays have been gaining popularity in our daily lives.
      This course will systematically introduce state-of-the-art 3D display technologies,outline the physical fundamentals, illustrate the operation principles and outlook the research trends of 3D display technologies. It would cover the following parts:
      1) A brief introduction to the state-of-the-art 3D display technologies and research trends would be presented to the students firstly, then the most fundamental physics of 3D displays, including the 4 main physical 3D depth cues, will be illustrated. Physical 3D depth cues enable the perception of objects in three dimensions and the estimation of distance, and thus serve as the foundation of all 3D display technologies.

      2) Some of the most common display devices such as LCDs and OLEDs will be introduced, in terms of display materials, device structures, working principles and research trends, which would pave the way for the learning of 3D display technologies in the succeeding sections.

      3) Two types of 3D displays based on disparity depth cue would be presented in terms of operating principles and research trends: stereoscopic and autostereoscopic displays. The cause of 3D visual fatigue effects in these displays will be explained based on the knowledge of physical 3D depth cues.

      4) Several quasi-true 3D displays, including holography, integral imaging, volumetric 3D displays,light field displays will be introduced in terms of operating principles and research trends. By presenting multiple physical depth cues to the viewer, quasi-true 3D displays would greatly reduce 3D fatigue and improve the visual experience.

      At the end of the course, students are required to participate in a debate or group presentation regarding “the most promising 3D technology”. Both technical understanding and presentation skills will be evaluated.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • Learning outcomes: After completing the course, students should:
      1. Understand the physical 3D depth cues and the fundamental principles of 3D display technologies
      2. Understand the operating principles of different 3D display technologies, their pros and cons, and research trends.
      3. Improve English learning ability and presentation skills.
    • Schedule:
    • *教学内容、进度安排及要求
      (Class Schedule
      & Requirements) 教学内容 学时 教学方式 作业及要求 基本要求 考查方式
      Introduction to state-of-art 3D display technologies 2 Lecturing N/A Know state-of-art display technologies In class questions and answers
      3D depth cues to perceive a 3D object 2 Lecturing, in-class demonstration
      and short videos Name and distinguish the 4 major physical 3D depth cues Comprehend the 4 major physical 3D depth cues to perceive 3D distance information Homework
      LCD and OLED 4 Lecturing Understand the physical meanings of liquid crystal parameters and their effects on the display devices; illustrate the working principles of several mainstream LCD modes and OLEDs
      Understand the operating principles of LCDs and OLEDs In class quiz and Homework
      Stereoscopic displays 4 Lecturing Illustrate the operating principles of several stereoscopic displays: head-mounted displays, Anaglyph, shutter-glass type, polarizing-glass type, projectors and so on. Understand the operating principles of stereoscopic displays Homework
      Autostereoscopic displays 4 Lecturing Illustrate the operating principles of several autostereoscopic displays Understand the operating principles of autostereoscopic displays Homework
      Holography: history, working principle and research trends 4 Lecturing and demonstration Conclude the pros and cons of holography Understand the operating principles of holography, and its pros and cons Homework
      Integral imaging: history, working principle and research trends 4 Lecturing Conclude the pros and cons of integral imaging Understand the operating principles of integral imaging, and its pros and cons Homework
      Volumetric 3D display: working principle and research trends 4 Lecturing Conclude the pros and cons of volumetric 3D display Understand the operating principles of volumetric 3D display, and its pros and cons Homework
      The most promising 3D display technologies 4 Debate or group presentation (depending on the number of enrolled students Debate for or present “The most promising 3D display technologies” Technical understanding and presentation skills Debate or group presentation
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    • Li Yan
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    College Physics 大学物理

  • Textbooks:

    3D Displays (Ernst Lueder)
  • Grading:

    In-class participation and homework 课程参与、作业 30%
    Debate or group presentation 大作业(辩论演讲)30%
    Exam 考试 40%
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