CUBE Technology | Date: 2014-04-22
A display apparatus and a visual displaying method for simulating a holographic 3D scene are provided. The display apparatus comprises: a display screen; two front-facing 3D cameras, being configured to capture human-eye 3D position information; a 3D human-eye tracking algorithm processing unit, being configured to generate a first signal and a second signal according to the human-eye 3D position information; a 3D scene generating unit, being configured to receive the first signal, render and acquire the corresponding left visual-channel 3D scene and the corresponding right visual-channel 3D scene according to the first signal; and an electronic grating, being configured to receive the second signal and adjust the working angle according to the second signal so that the left visual-channel 3D scene is incident into the left eye of the user and the right visual-channel 3D scene is incident into the right eye of the user.
Agency: Department of Defense | Branch: Air Force | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase I | Award Amount: 100.00K | Year: 2010
This program is expected to result in a compact, high energy density, silent propulsion system for small unmanned autonomous systems (SUAS). The innovative approach chosen for this project will substantially increase both range and time aloft of miniature unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), while using far less electricity. This will leave more available electricity for sensors and communications resulting in more eyes on more targets for longer times. BENEFIT: This propulsion system is a significant advancement in the area of small to micro-UAVs. It substantially reduces the weight of UAV propulsion system while remaining quiet and enabling much longer missions and higher battery payload for increased UAV effectiveness. The system will be lightweight, inexpensive, and efficient, enabling it to replace conventional electric propeller systems on numerous platforms. It can address the needs of many market segments beyond the military, including Homeland Security, agriculture, and geologic mapping.
Agency: Department of Defense | Branch: Navy | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase I | Award Amount: 100.00K | Year: 2010
This program is expected to result in a miniature drying and microclimate cooling system for the interior of MOPP Level 4 protective suits. The innovative approach chosen for this project will result in a gravity-independent drying/microclimate cooling system that operates with JP-5, or other heavy fuels, universally available to the user, enabling continuous use over extended missions. The integrated power system will create all of the electrical power necessary for the system, eliminating the need for batteries to run the system. The result will be a very compact climate control system that will keep users of MOPP Level 4 and commercial HAZMAT personal protective suits both cool and dry.
Agency: Department of Defense | Branch: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase II | Award Amount: 750.00K | Year: 2011
This program is expected to result in a combined, miniature Power/Microclimate cooling system for the soldier. The compact thermoelectric generator system will create significant power and have higher energy density than lithium technology batteries over extended missions. The highly integrated, and innovative microclimate cooler will result in a gravity-independent cooling system with high coefficient of performance and minimum weight. The combined system re-uses or integrates virtually every element of either an independent power generation system or microclimate cooling system. The result is a very compact dual use device capable of being worn by the soldier.
CUBE Technology | Date: 2014-07-23
A method and an apparatus for achieving transformation of a virtual view into a 3D view are provided. The method comprises: S