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26 November 2012 Fast generation of hologram from range camera images based on the sub-lines and holographic interpolation
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The intensity image and the depth images of a three-dimensional object scene can be captured with a commodity range camera, and converted into a Fresnel hologram. However, for some cameras, the images are subject to radial distortion, and too small to be visible in optical reconstruction. Moreover, the conventional hologram generation process with numerical means is significant. In this paper, we present a fast method to overcome the above-mentioned problems. First, the intensity and the depth images are transformed to reduce the radial distortion. Next, the images are interpolated horizontally, and converted into a sequence of sub-lines. Finally, the sub-lines are swiftly converted into a Fresnel hologram through padding along the vertical direction. The pair of interpolation process effectively increases the size and visibility of the reconstructed image. Although our method can be applied to different kinds of range cameras, we have selected the Swissranger model as a showcase to demonstrate the feasibility of the approach.
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Peter Tsang, W. C. Situ, W.-K. Cheung, T.-C. Poon, and Changhe Zhou "Fast generation of hologram from range camera images based on the sub-lines and holographic interpolation", Proc. SPIE 8556, Holography, Diffractive Optics, and Applications V, 85560R (26 November 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.999600
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