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Problem Addressed

Automultiscopic displays enable glasses-free 3D viewing by providing both binocular and motion parallax effects. Within the display’s field of view, different images are observed depending on the viewing direction. When moving outside the field of view, the observed images may repeat, inducing visual artifacts in the form of discontinuities, depth reversals, and binocular disparities. These artifacts degrade visual quality and restrict the usage of automultiscopic screens in home applications and large scale visualizations. The Inventors have developed a method to improve automulticopic visual quality by modifying the presented image to be more continuous, reducing transition artifacts in the display.