In this paper at first I show our actual light field camera and our 3D display using acquired and computer-simulated light field data, on which real 3D image is reconstructed. In second I explain our data processing method whose arithmetic operation is performed not in Fourier domain but in real domain. Then our 3D display system is characterized by a few features; reconstructed image is of finer resolutions than density of arrayed lenses and it is not necessary to adjust lens array plate to flat display on which light field data is displayed.
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Toru Iwane, "Light field display and 3D image reconstruction," Proc. SPIE 9867, Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display 2016, 98670S (1 June 2016);