Stereo-Step-Eclipse technology is intended to be used with common screens, like TV, computer displays, game consoles, navigation systems, entertainment and advertising panels. Also, the technology can be applied effectively to equip complexes video conferences and exhibitions, remote medicine, in education and training simulators, avionics, surveillance and dispatching systems, robotic systems and other civilian or military applications.
Unlike the existing developments, our solutions provide any number of freely positioned viewers to see 3D image without any distortion and restrictions. The technology works without any complicated holography and requires no wearable devices like special stereo glasses or helmets. The 3D experience is achieved through a technologically simple design which is based on an optical screen image sequence processing scheme. The implementation can be achieved as an attachment to the existing off-the-shelf 2D-screens of all types. Also it can be embedded directly into a new generation of screens.
In addition to showing images in 3D, the optical scheme can be used for augmented reality applications, when real and virtual objects are shown on the same screen simultaneously. Therefore, it provides new and important opportunities in the technology of modern video graphics content with applications in motion pictures, TV, advertising and presentation, entertainment, education, scientific modeling, gaming, industrial, transportation and military simulators, topographical maps and visual aids for navigation systems, avionics etc.).
Also, our optical scheme enables dedicated views for multiple viewers, when every viewer sees their specific content on the shared screen. Aside from the obvious applications in advertising, entertainment and surveillance systems, this mode solves a long-standing and acute problem of accommodation shortage in the area of avionics instrumentation. For example, each member of an aircraft crew can see their specific data on the same dashboard screen. The same effect can be used in training complexes.