Zoran Mihajlovic



  Email address: zelectronic@netscape.net



  I am looking for an investor for my invention, three-dimensional display





    I am looking for an investor for my invention. If you and/or your Corporation and/or its partners invest in my invention, you will be entitled to an amount of profit share on which we agree from any profit I obtain from manufacturing of my invention. If you and/or your Corporation and/or its partners help me find an investor for my invention, you and/or your Corporation and/or its partners will be entitled to an amount of profit share on which we agree from any profit I obtain from manufacturing of my invention.
 I am the inventor and the owner of all right, title, and interest in the following U.S. patent, which discloses this my invention: Mihajlovic, Zoran, Three-dimensional autostereoscopic display and method for reducing crosstalk in three-dimensional displays and in other similar electro-optical devices, U.S. Patent No. 7,839,549, filed October 20, 2006, and issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on November 23, 2010.
    I claim that my design of a three-dimensional display achieves both depth resolution and image resolution equal to the maximum visible by a human viewer, negligible crosstalk, negligible aberrations, and proper Modulation Transfer Function. I also claim that my design of a three-dimensional display can function as a practically completely satisfactory true three-dimensional autostereoscopic display, having sufficient focal cues, and sufficient visual comfort, while minimizing the necessary total amount of samples in space per time unit, which is due to the Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem and other requirements. My design of a three-dimensional display can easily have several orders of magnitude more different views than the original design ( for example, one version of the original design, described in reference [42] of my article 2 ., cited below, has sixteen different views ( eight pairs ) ). I also claim that the best version of my design of a three-dimensional display can actually have approximately one million more different views than the original design, can be of size which is normally required for a display of standard size, or larger, can also be of much larger size, that is normally required for a display of standard size, can be watched from normal distance like any standard display, or from larger distance if it is larger, that it can be a flat display, that it can be monochromatic or color display, and that more than one view can be displayed at a time, up to the total number of views. Furthermore, my three-dimensional display does not suffer from a reduced image resolution and/or small total number of views, like many contemporary three-dimensional displays, which either have reduced image resolution, or small total number of views, or both.
    I claim that, in addition to advantage of my three-dimensional display that it can have as small pixel size and as small pixel pitch as needed, so pixel pitch can be in the range of the average human eye resolution, so depth resolution can be equal to the maximum visible by a human viewer, I have also achieved in my design the improvement of the image quality also as a result of the decrease of the size of the samples of Holographic ( Diffractive ) Optical Element, or as a result of the decrease of the size of pixels in any optical device in general, without increased crosstalk and/or superposition of extraneous images in the image reconstruction, which is also achieved.

    One more advantage of my design is that the size of the whole group of sub-pixels which steer the light to all different directions can be of the smallest observable size in order the sub-pixel grouping not be observable by an average human viewer, or it can be even smaller. In addition, my three-dimensional display is capable of displaying any kind of two-dimensional image by enforcing all views to be identical.


    My invention is also described in my articles, published in the following scientific publications:


      1. Zoran Mihajlovic, Method for formal design synthesis of autostereoscopic displays, Proc. SPIE Vol. 5599, Optics East 2004, Three-Dimensional TV, Video, and Display III, pp. 135-152, 2004.

      2. Zoran Mihajlovic, Method for formal design synthesis of various electro-optical devices including selected aspects of quantum optics / quantum mechanics, Proc. SPIE V. 5867, Optics and Photonics 2005, Optical Modeling and Performance Predictions II, 586707, 2005. ( Three-dimensional display is described in section 6.2. Introduction starts in section 6.1 ).


    My invention is also described in my Patent:


      Mihajlovic, Zoran, Three-dimensional autostereoscopic display and method for reducing crosstalk in three-dimensional displays and in other similar electro-optical devices, U.S. Patent No. 7,839,549, filed October 20, 2006, and issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on November 23, 2010. ( U.S. Patent Application number 11/584,032, filed October 20, 2006. ( Publication Number: 20070121028. U.S. Provisional Patent Application number 60/728,815, filed October 20, 2005. Filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ( www.uspto.gov ) ) ).


    Citations


    My above mentioned article number 1. was cited in:


      1. Chen Jin, Ma Jin-ji and Ye Wei-quan, Manufacture of multi-view-point auto-stereoscopic LCD panel, Journal of Applied Optics, 28(1), pp. 47-50, Jan. 2007. ISSN: 1002-2082 CN: 61-1171/O4 ( Reference 6. )

      2. My above mentioned article number 2. ( Reference 45. )

      3. My above mentioned U.S. Patent No. 7,839,549, issued on November 23, 2010.


    My above mentioned article number 2. was cited in:


      1. My above mentioned U.S. Patent No. 7,839,549, issued on November 23, 2010.


    It also has to be emphasized here that, as described in my above cited articles and my U.S. patent application number 11/584,032, I have drastically improved the three-dimensional display developed at the University of Alabama in Huntsville ( Huntsville, AL, USA ) and at Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. ( Tokyo, Japan ). The original three-dimensional display, is described for example in : G. P. Nordin , J. H. Kulick, M. W. Jones, R. G. Lindquist, and S. T. Kowel, "A 3-D Display Utilizing a Diffractive Optical Element and an Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display," Opt. Eng. 35(12), pp. 3404-3412 (1996), ( one other version, done by another group of researchers affiliated with Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. ( Tokyo, Japan ) is described for example in : Susumu Takahashi, Toshiki Toda, Fujio Iwata, "Three-Dimensional Grating Images," SPIE Vol. 1461, Practical Holography V, pp. 199-205, 1991. ), was developed at the University of Alabama in Huntsville with the U.S. Government support under contracts DAAH01-89-D-0134 D.O. 0040 and DAAH01-91-D-R005 D.O. 0009 awarded by the U.S. Army Missile Command.


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