10 January 2014 Development of a real-time integral imaging display system based on graphics processing unit parallel processing using a depth camera
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A depth camera has been used to capture the depth data and color data for real-world objects. As an integral imaging display system is broadly used, the elemental image array for the captured data needs to be generated and displayed on liquid crystal display. We proposed a real-time integral imaging display system using image processing to simplify the optical arrangement and graphics processing unit parallel processing to reduce the time for computation. The proposed system provides elemental images generated at a rate of more than 30 fps with a resolution of 1204×1204  pixels, where the size of each display panel pixel was 0.1245 mm, and an array of 30×30  lenses, where each lens was 5×5  mm.
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Ji-Seong Jeong, Ki-Chul Kwon, Munkh-Uchral Erdenebat, Yanling Piao, Nam Kim, Kwan-Hee Yoo, "Development of a real-time integral imaging display system based on graphics processing unit parallel processing using a depth camera," Optical Engineering 53(1), 015103 (10 January 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.53.1.015103
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