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28 February 2001 Computed three-dimensional display based on integral imaging
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A computed three-dimensional (3-D) displaying system based on integral imaging is presented. The 3-D image is reconstructed by numerical processing of an optically observed image array formed by a micro-lens array. The algorithm to reconstruct 3-D images is simple, and it enables us to obtain the images viewed from arbitrary directions. The computer-based image retrieval makes it possible to improve quality of the image such as contrast, brightness, and resolution. In this presentation, we show the experimental results of the 3-D image reconstruction to test and verify the performance of the algorithms.
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Hidenobu Arimoto and Bahram Javidi "Computed three-dimensional display based on integral imaging", Proc. SPIE 10298, Three-Dimensional Video and Display: Devices and Systems: A Critical Review, 1029806 (28 February 2001);

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