Originally Posted by mtcn77
The trick is the study demonstration says, they add an extra LCD display and a spacer and "leave the rest to the computations."
Also, there are just "two" LCD displays. The rest is multiplicative generation of the depth perception. Thus, there cannot be 25 views. It must be some other thing, in my opinion. They also capture the workings with a video camera through the lens. It clearly isn't looking to be working faster than 25 Hz per eye.
There's nothing in there that makes a statement about the refresh rate...
As for the working mechanism, have you ever looked at one of these trick books, where you have to focus on the distance behind the book to see some parts clear? I'd imagine they interpolate some of the views that way.
Still not truly 25 views, but the point is, the statement is with regard to depth points that one can focus on. There's just no statement about refresh rate being made, at this point in time. It's probably more of a standstill image viewer at this point. (though could be more, depending on software support)
I'd still like to repeat the point that nobody is making a gaming HMD with a 25hz refresh rate, because it's nauseating. The motion blur would be not from this world, so effective resolution in motion would be something like 50p or worse, anyhow.Edited by Tivan - 1/29/16 at 6:45am