THREE-DIMENSIONAL (3D) imaging and display is a natural concept for humans as it is a common vision attribute of our binocular vision, perception, and brain processing. However, until recently, our experiences have been mainly limited to the technologically inferior two-dimensional (2D) as evidenced from widespread use of 2D photography, cinema, and liquid crystal or LED-display for television, computer displays, etc.
Osamu Matoba, "Guest Editorial Three-Dimensional Displays and Visualization," J. Display Technol. 6, 391-393 (2010)
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