3D Holoscopic Imaging Technology for Real-Time Volume Processing and Display

  • Aggoun A
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Abstract

3D holoscopic imaging is employed as part of a three-dimensional imaging system, allowing the display of full colour images with continuous parallax within a wide viewing zone. A review of the 3D holoscopic imaging technology from the point of view optical systems and 3D image processing including 3D image coding, depth map computation and computer generated graphics is discussed.

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Aggoun, A. (2010). 3D Holoscopic Imaging Technology for Real-Time Volume Processing and Display (pp. 411–428). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-12802-8_18

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