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3D displays (both with and without special glasses) are being commercialized very quickly. However, there are many terms related to 3D displays which are not clearly defined. This causes communication problems between parties in the supply chain. Therefore, standardization of 3D display terminologies will accelerate industry development. In this document, part of the definitions of terminologies are closely related with its measurement method. These will be clearly explained in other related standard documents.
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SEMI Draft Document 4761 New Standard: 3D Display Terminology Purpose This Standard is written to provide better communication between parties in the supply chain as well as between resale and consumers.
Scope This Standard starts with the basic and most necessary terms which are used in 3D display (especially for those different from 2D displays). Establishment of other related terminologies will follow.
NOTICE: This standard does not purport to address safety issues, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the users of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory or other limitations prior to use.
Definitions 3D display — In general, the terminology “3D display” means a specific kind of display, which utilizes optical means to direct different images with parallax to the left and right eyes of a viewer. The viewer fuses these images in his/her brain to perceive stereopsis. For example, stereoscopic 3D displays or autostereoscopic 3D displays.
Stereoscopic 3D display — A kind of 3D display that uses a pair of 2D images as their image sources for the viewer’s eyes. Optical means or electronic means on the display are used to separate the images. The viewer wearing specific 3D glasses is able to watch stereoscopic images with depth perception.
Stereoscopic display with passive glasses — A kind of 3d display for which the viewer should wear a pair of passive glasses when watching. The passive glasses include linear polarization glasses, circular polarization glasses and color filter glasses, etc. The stereoscopic display with polarization glasses contains patterned retarder type, as shown in figure 1, stacked dual panel technology with passive glasses, as shown in figure 2, etc. The stereoscopic display with color filter glasses contains anaglyph type, narrow-band color filter type, etc.