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Jesse B Eichenlaub: Autostereoscopic display with illuminating lines, light valve and mask. Dimension Technologies, Robert M Phipps, May 9, 1989: US04829365 (140 worldwide citation)

A flat screen autostereoscopic display for bright wide angle stereoscopic images employs a flat screen on which are displayed a plurality of regularly spaced discrete, finite light emitting sites such as thin, vertical light emitting lines. A light valve located in front of the screen forms images b ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: Enhanced resolution for image generation. Dimension Technologies, Brown & Michaels PC, August 26, 2008: US07417617 (124 worldwide citation)

Images with enhanced resolution are created with a display device comprising a non-transmissive light valve including addressable pixels, a light source that directs light to the light valve, and a lens positioned between the light valve and the light source, the lens directing light from the light ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: 2D/3D imaging display. Dimension Technologies, Stephen B Salai Esq Brian B Shaw Esq Harter Secrest & Emery, December 5, 2000: US06157424 (121 worldwide citation)

An improved 2D/3D display is disclosed. In one embodiment, the display uses both an imaging LCD and a secondary LCD. The secondary LCD is a light line forming LCD which can be placed between a light line forming system and the imaging LCD for eliminating ghost images, or can be used as the light lin ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: Autostereoscopic display with illuminating lines and light valve. Dimension Technologies, Robert M Phipps, January 5, 1988: US04717949 (76 worldwide citation)

A flat screen autostereoscopic display for bright wide angle stereoscopic images employs a flat screen on which are displayed a plurality of thin, vertical light emitting lines. A light valve located in front of the screen forms images by varying the transparency of individual pixels arranged in a r ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: Apparatus and method for generating and projecting autostereoscopic images. Dimension Technologies, Stephen B Salai Esq, Donna P Suchy Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, March 18, 2003: US06533420 (67 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for generating and projecting autostereoscopic images with a look around feature, in particular a device which creates several full resolution perspective views of a scene and makes each one visible within a different region of space in front of a special lens screen assembly ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: Field sequential color illumination system for liquid crystal display. Dimension Technologies, Cumpston & Shaw, June 27, 1995: US05428366 (56 worldwide citation)

A field sequential color illumination system for liquid crystal displays is described which focuses light from a plurality of small point like or line like light sources into subregions of pixels of an LCD by a fly's eye lens, in such a manner that at any given time, red, blue, and green light spots ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: Autostereoscopic display. Dimension Technologies, Stephen B Salai Esq, Donna P Suchy Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, July 8, 2003: US06590605 (54 worldwide citation)

An autostereoscopic display includes an image forming device and a substrate having alternating strips, where strips having a first optical property are separated by strips having a different optical property. This substrate may be composed of alternating strips of polarization film separated by cle ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub, Russell W Gruhlke: Reduced-thickness backlighter for autostereoscopic display and display using the backlighter. Dimension Technologies, Cumpston & Shaw, April 27, 1999: US05897184 (53 worldwide citation)

A reduced-thickness backlighter for an autostereoscopic display is disclosed having a lightguide and at least one light source parallel to an edge of the lightguide so as to be substantially coplanar with the lightguide. The lightguide is provided with a first surface which has a plurality of reflec ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: Autostereoscopic display with high power efficiency. Dimension Technologies, Cumpston & Shaw, February 25, 1997: US05606455 (52 worldwide citation)

An autostereoscopic display is disclosed having an optical system and one or more light sources which provide high brightness of the observed three-dimensional images and high brightness-to-input-power ratio by having the light beam passing through the optical system (including a flat monochrome or ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: Stroboscopic illumination system for video displays. Dimension Technologies, Cumpston & Shaw, April 25, 1995: US05410345 (50 worldwide citation)

In a flat panel autostereoscopic display full resolution equal to the number of pixels in the two-dimensional light valve array, which serves to generate images, is achieved by incorporating an illumination system which makes use of stroboscopic light sources or continuously lit light sources in com ...