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29 December 1977 Imaging Properties Of Holographic Stereograms
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Holographic stereography is a technique for synthesizing a holographic three-dimensional display from a set of specially prepared two-dimensional pictures. Applications for this technique is that already have been investigated include medical and industrial diagnosis (in conjunction with X-ray and ultrasound imagery), 3-D computer display and fabrication of educational aids. With such demanding fields, a good understanding of the imaging properties of holographic stereograms is a prerequisite. We present an analysis of holographic stereogram imagery, show that the synthesis process may cause both degradation in image resolution and two types of distortions. These distortions are analyzed in detail, including experimental examples. Also methods for minimizing image degradations are suggested.
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I. Glaser and A. A. Friesem "Imaging Properties Of Holographic Stereograms", Proc. SPIE 0120, Three-Dimensional Imaging, (29 December 1977); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.955745
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