8D DisplayIssue: XX.3 May + June 2013
Matthew Hirsch, Shahram Izadi, Hentry Holtzman, Ramesh Raskar
Imagine a display that behaves like a window. Glancing through it, viewers perceive a virtual 3-D scene with correct parallax, without the need to wear glasses or be tracked by the system. Light that passes through the display correctly illuminates the virtual scene. By simultaneously capturing and displaying a 4-D light field, we are able to realistically modulate the incident light on rendered content. Our hardware points the way toward novel 3-D interfaces, in which users interact with hyper-realistic digital projections using light widgets, physical objects, and gesture.
Project website: http://web.media.mit.edu/~mhirsch/8D
Publication: Hirsch, M., Izadi, S., Holtzman, H., and Raskar, R. 8D display: A relightable glasses-free 3D display. ACM SIGGRAPH 2012 Posters. ACM, New York, 2012, Article 34.
Hirsch, M., Izadi, S., Holtzman, H., and Raskar, R. 8D display: A relightable glasses-free 3D display. Proc. of the 2012 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces. ACM, New York, 2012, 319322.
Matthew Hirsch | MIT Media Lab | email@example.com
Shahram Izadi | Microsoft Research UK | firstname.lastname@example.org
Henry Holtzman | MIT Media Lab | email@example.com
Ramesh Raskar | MIT Media Lab | firstname.lastname@example.org