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Displays
Wednesday, 15 August
2:15 - 4 pm
Room 406


Session Chair
Jacquelyn Martino
Philips Research, USA


Lighting-Sensitive Displays
Shree K. Nayar
Columbia University
1214 Amsterdam Avenue, M.C. 0401
Department of Computer Science
New York, New York 10027 USA
nayar@cs.columbia.edu

New technologies that enable a display device to sense illumination in its environment and render the appearance of its content accordingly.


Using Color-Changing Textiles as a Computer Graphics Display

Lars Erik Holmquist

PLAY, Interactive Institute
Box 620
Göteborg SE-405 30 SWEDEN
leh@viktoria.org

Using photochromically treated threads to create a fabric that changes color when subjected to ultraviolet light. In conjunction with a computer-controlled lamp, the textile becomes a dynamic display.


ELMO: A Head-Mounted Display for Real-Time Image Synthesis
Kiyoshi Kiyokawa
Communications Research Laboratory
Nukui-Kitamachi
Koganei
Tokyo 184-8795 JAPAN
kiyo@crl.go.jp

An optical see-through head-mounted display that uses a real-time range finder and a light-blocking mechanism to present mixed-reality environments with correct mutual occlusion in any environment.


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