26 September 2007 Three-dimensional integral television using extremely high-resolution video system with 4,000 scanning lines
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Proceedings Volume 6778, Three-Dimensional TV, Video, and Display VI; 677805 (2007) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.733012
Event: Optics East, 2007, Boston, MA, United States
Abstract
The integral method enables observers to see 3D images like real objects. It requires extremely high resolution for both capture and display stages. We present an experimental 3D television system based on the integral method using an extremely high-resolution video system. The video system has 4,000 scanning lines using the diagonal offset method for two green channels. The number of elemental lenses in the lens array is 140 (vertical) × 182 (horizontal). The viewing zone angle is wider than 20 degrees in practice. This television system can capture 3D objects and provides full color and full parallax 3D images in real time.
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Fumio Okano, Fumio Okano, Masahiro Kawakita, Masahiro Kawakita, Jun Arai, Jun Arai, Hisayuki Sasaki, Hisayuki Sasaki, Takayuki Yamashita, Takayuki Yamashita, Masahito Sato, Masahito Sato, Koya Suehiro, Koya Suehiro, Yasuyuki Haino, Yasuyuki Haino, } "Three-dimensional integral television using extremely high-resolution video system with 4,000 scanning lines", Proc. SPIE 6778, Three-Dimensional TV, Video, and Display VI, 677805 (26 September 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.733012; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.733012
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