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Integral 3DTV (concept) by zephyrxero Integral 3DTV (concept) by zephyrxero
A honeycomb lenticular display concept. Each "fieldpixel" is made up of 34 different actual pixels, each pointing in a different angle to reproduce a lightfield to the viewer. I've also taken the liberty to use a 7 color RGBCMYW OLED pattern also using honeycomb/interleave for maximum density. The concept is a television/monitor that displays a semi-holographic 3D display with no need for glasses or anything. By being multi-angular, an integral-light-field allows the viewer to adjust the angle and rotation of their head and get a slightly different angle. I think an 8 x 5 hexarray is the most interesting 1st gen solution, with future itterations gaining even more subpixels, providing a greater range of viewing angles and resolution.

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Knockoutcomicsbook Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i  like your stuff, i can willing see all the love you put in it .i can not want to see what you do next :).SUPER AMAZING GALLERY!!
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