My autostereoscopic three-dimensional research is in progress. Autostereoscopic means the three dimensional effect is viewed on the monitor without the need of 3-D glasses or other aids. As the research progresses, additions will be made to this web page.
To view 3-D Images go to the bottom of this page and click on the links.
There are three phases of progress.
1. Provide primitive autostereoscopic 3-D images that can be viewed right on the web page. The images are smaller and the frame rate is slower and the picture jitters more than I'd like them to. The 3-D effect is low to moderate at best.
2. Provide primitive autostereoscopic 3-D images that can be viewed from a program the viewer downloads. Although the images are primitive, each 3-D image viewed is larger and the frame rate is faster than in Phase 1. The program is written but still must be modified before I can make it available on this web page. The program is written in Visual C++ and uses DirectX. Therefore DirectX drivers must be downloaded as well.
3. Image Process the primitive images to remove the jitter viewed on the images while retaining the 3-D effect. I am in the process of writing code for this but cannot say when I will finish. The image-processed images will then be viewable on this web page as in Phase 1. As well, they will be available to view when the Visual C++ program is downloaded as in Phase 2.
Phase 1 is completed. Your may view autostereoscopic video images with mild to moderate three- dimensional effect by clicking on some links below. There is only one image per link because having more than one image would slow down the frame rate.
The 3-D effect is more pronounced if viewed with one eye closed.
Links to 3-D Images
To return to the main page from a link click the "Back" button.
Please wait after clicking on a link. You will know the image is completely loaded when the purple bar at the bottom of the screen goes all the way across and then disappears for good.
Additionally, imaged processed pictures were done. Click on the link below to view them.
Thank-you for your time.