SD&A was founded in 1990 by John O. Merritt and Scott Fisher, and has been held annually since. Holography pioneer Stephen Benton was also an SD&A conference chair from 2000 until his death in 2003. The conference committee and conference chairs are summarised at webpage stereoscopic.org/committe.
|Year||Conference (Name and Number)||Location||Proc. SPIE Vol.||Published in Volume (name)||SD&A Conference Chairs|
|1990||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications||Santa Clara||1256||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications||John O. Merritt, Scott S. Fisher|
|1991||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications II||San Jose||1457||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications II||John O. Merritt, Scott S. Fisher|
|1992||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications III||San Jose||1669||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications III||John O. Merritt, Scott S. Fisher|
|1993||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications IV||San Jose||1915||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications IV||John O. Merritt, Scott S. Fisher|
|1994||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications V||San Jose||2177||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems||Scott S. Fisher, John O. Merritt|
|1995||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications VI||San Jose||2409||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems II||Scott S. Fisher, John O. Merritt|
|1996||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications VII||San Jose||2653||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems III||Scott S. Fisher, John O. Merritt|
|1997||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications VIII||San Jose||3012||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems IV||Scott S. Fisher, John O. Merritt|
|1998||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications IX||San Jose||3295||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems V||Scott S. Fisher, John O. Merritt|
|1999||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications X||San Jose||3639||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VI||John O. Merritt, Scott S. Fisher|
|2000||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XI||San Jose||3957||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VII||John O. Merritt, Stephen A. Benton, Andrew J. Woods|
|2001||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XII||San Jose||4297||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VIII||Andrew J. Woods, John O. Merritt, Stephen A. Benton|
|2002||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIII||San Jose||4660||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems IX||Andrew J. Woods, John O. Merritt, Stephen A. Benton|
|2003||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIV||Santa Clara||5006||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems X||Andrew J. Woods, John O. Merritt, Stephen A. Benton|
|2004||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XV||San Jose||5291||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems XI||Andrew J. Woods, John O. Merritt, Stephen A. Benton|
|2005||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XVI||San Jose||5664||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems XII||Andrew J. Woods, John O. Merritt|
|2006||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XVII||San Jose||6055||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems XIII||Andrew J. Woods, Neil A. Dodgson, John O. Merritt|
|2007||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XVIII||San Jose||6490||Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems XIV||Andrew J. Woods, Neil A. Dodgson, John O. Merritt|
|2008||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIX||San Jose||6803||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIX||Andrew J. Woods, Nick S. Holliman, John O. Merritt|
|2009||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XX||San Jose||7237||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XX||Andrew J. Woods, Nick S. Holliman, John O. Merritt|
|2010||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXI||San Jose||7524||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXI||Andrew J. Woods, Nick S. Holliman, Neil A. Dodgson|
|2011||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXII||south San Francisco||7863||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXII||Andrew J. Woods, Nick S. Holliman, Neil A. Dodgson|
|2012||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIII||south San Francisco||8288||Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XXIII||Andrew J. Woods, Nick S. Holliman, Gregg Favalora|
From 1990 to 1993, papers from the SD&A conference were published in its own self-titled proceedings volume. From 1994, the papers from the SD&A conference were co-published with papers from The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality conference (which was co-located with SD&A) in a volume series titled Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems. From 2008, SD&A went back to the publication of papers in its own self-titled proceedings volume.
Of course, stereoscopic 3D imaging was also a major topic of discussion at SPIE conferences before the first Stereoscopic Displays and Applications conference:
- SPIE Vol. 120, Three-Dimensional Imaging, S. A. Benton, Editor, 25-26 Aug. 1977, San Diego, Calif.
- SPIE Vol. 212, Optics and Photonics Applied to Three-Dimensional Imagery, M. H. Grosmann and P. Meyrueis, Editors, 26-30 Nov. 1979, Strasbourg, France
- SPIE Vol. 367, Processing and Display of Three-Dimensional Data, J. J. Pearson, Editor, 26-27 Aug. 1982, San Diego, Calif.
- SPIE Vol. 402, Three-Dimensional Imaging, J. P. Ebbeni and A. Monfils, Editors, 21-22 Apr. 1983, Geneva, Switzerland
- SPIE Vol. 507, Processing and Display of Three-Dimensional Data II, J. J. Pearson, Editor, 23-24 Aug. 1984, San Diego, Calif.
- SPIE Vol. 761, True Three-Dimensional Imaging Techniques and Display Technologies, D. F. McAllister and W. E. Robbins, Editors, 15-16 Jan. 1987, Los Angeles, Calif.
- SPIE Vol. 902, Three-Dimensional Imaging and Remote Sensing Imaging, W. E. Robbins, Editor, 14-15 Jan. 1988, Los Angeles, Calif.
- SPIE Vol. 1083, Three-Dimensional Visualization and Display Technologies, S. S. Fisher and W. E. Robbins, Editors, 18-20 Jan. 1989, Los Angeles, Calif.
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