Abstract

The autostereoscopic 3D can be realized using various optical devices such as parallax barrier and lenticular array which provides different perceived resolution even the case the 3D images are composed of same number of physical pixels. In this paper, we compared the perceived resolution between them through the subjective evaluation using a mirror stereoscope.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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