Visual perception of digital holograms on autostereoscopic displays
Lehtimäki, Taina M. and Sääskilahti, Kirsti and Näsänen, Risto and Naughton, Thomas J. (2010) Visual perception of digital holograms on autostereoscopic displays. SPIE Proceedings, 7329 . 73290C-1-73290C-7.
In digital holography we often capture optically a 3D scene and reconstruct the perspectives numerically. The reconstructions are routinely in the form of a 2D image slice, an extended focus image, or a depth map from a single perspective. These are fundamentally 2D (or at most 2.5D) representations and for some scenes are not certain to give the human viewer a clear perception of the 3D features encoded in the hologram (occlusions are not overcome, for example). As an intermediate measure towards a full-field optoelectronic display device, we propose to digitally process the holograms to allow them to be displayed on conventional autostereoscopic displays.
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