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Implementation of an Emulator for the Integrated Image Reconstruction according to Distance
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 Title & Authors
Implementation of an Emulator for the Integrated Image Reconstruction according to Distance
Jang, Ha Eun; Lee, Eun Ji; Lee, Yeon Ju; Lim, Soon-Bum;
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 Abstract
Integral imaging is an auto-stereoscopic display method that can produce 3D image of a finite viewing window through an array of micro elemental lenses. Integral imaging requires the pickup part of each elemental images acquisition and display part of reconstruction of the images. The successful reconstructed image depends on various parameters such as distance between lens arrays and display device, focal length of lenses, and a number of the array. In this paper, we present reconstruction emulator for display of Integral imaging in order to adjust parameters for 3D contents reconstruction and to observe the result from different configuration. Especially, we provide the user interface for the emulator to control the distance easily. We have confirmed through various experiments that the emulator adjusted the distance and could check error in the process of creating elemental images.
 Keywords
3D Display;Integral Imaging;Reconstructed Image;Lens Array Emulator;Computational Reconstruction;
 Language
Korean
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