1 January 2005 Very large-scale integral imaging (VLSII) for 3-D display
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Optical Engineering, 44(1), 014001 (2005). doi:10.1117/1.1824907
Very large-scale integral imaging (VLSII) systems utilizing multiple micro-optics arrays and display devices can be used for wide viewing angle 3-D displays. We analyze the distortion of 3-D integral images when micro-optics arrays are placed on a spherical surface and are used in direct pickup integral imaging. We show that 3-D orthoscopic real images with non-negligible depth always suffer from image distortion, while orthoscopic virtual images do not. Also, nonplanar (curved) display panels and image sensors are not currently available. We propose a solution to remedy this problem by placing a spherical lens in front of a planar lenslet array.
Ju-Seog Jang, Bahram Javidi, "Very large-scale integral imaging (VLSII) for 3-D display," Optical Engineering 44(1), 014001 (1 January 2005). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1824907

3D image processing

3D displays


Integral imaging

Microlens array

3D image reconstruction

Micro optics


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