Processing of optically-captured digital holograms for three-dimensional display
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In digital holography, holograms are usually optically captured and then two-dimensional slices of the reconstruction volume are reconstructed by computer and displayed on a two-dimensional display. When the recording is of a three-dimensional scene then such two-dimensional display becomes restrictive. We outline our progress on capturing larger ranges of perspectives of three-dimensional scenes, and our progress on four approaches to better visualise this three-dimensional information encoded in the digital holograms. The research has been performed within a European Commission funded research project dedicated the capture, processing, transmission, and display of real-world 3D and 4D scenes using digital holography. © 2009 SPIE.
Computer generated holography
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.821866
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