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Technologies based on auto-stereoscopic 3D visualization for graphical models and real scenes

The auto-stereoscopy is going to be the next technological advance in graphical display, allowing three-dimensional visualization of a natural and unobtrusive way. In this context, light fields are part of a methodology that is becoming one of the most viable techniques to efficiently deliver the necessary views to an auto-steresocopy device. In this sense, the light fields to store the radiance of a scene are an alternative to traditional rendering, which is merging strongly in the context of the autostereoscopic display. 

The objective of this project is to develop techniques based on techniques of novel light fields which allow calculation and use of them in autostereoscopic devices (stereo natural view), in which multiple users can watch the device and receive the 3D structure of the scene from different points of view simultaneously, without glasses or other intrusive accessories.

These technologies, still in development, have a high potential in applications of high socio-economic impact as 3D television or interactive holographic display for designing and visual presentation of products. The development of basic technology for such applications will be the object and fundamental motivation of the research proposed in this project.

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