Signal processing problems and algorithms in display side of 3DTV
Ozaktas, H., M.
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Proceedings - International Conference on Image Processing, ICIP
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Two important signal processing problems in the display side of a holographic 3DTV are the computation of the diffraction field of a 3D object from its abstract representation, and determination of the best display configuration to synthesize some intended light distribution. To solve the former problem, we worked on the computation of ID diffraction patterns from discrete data distributed over 2D space. The problem is solved using matrix pseudo-inversion which dominates the computational complexity. Then, the light field synthesis problem by a deflectable mirror array device (DMAD) is posed as a constrained linear optimization problem. The formulation makes direct application of common optimization algorithms quite easy. The simulations indicate that developed methods are promising. ©2006 IEEE.