X Windows-Based Interactive Test Patterns for Overlaid Stereoscopic and Tiled Displays
AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB ROME NY INFORMATION DIRECTORATE
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Composite display systems consisting of multiple video projectors andor direct view monitors are becoming more commonplace as the needs for 3D stereoscopic viewing and very high-resolution large screen displays become more prevalent. In these installations, the goal is to take separate elements and obtain a single amalgamated view. The object of this in-house task was to develop a number of interactive display patterns that would provide a more accurate, time saving means to test and align video projects in a tiled Datawall configuration and an overlaid stereoscopic configuration. Several of these Composite display systems are currently implemented in the Advanced Displays and Intelligent Interlaces ADII visualization Facility at the Information Directorate of AFRL, in Rome, NY.
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