Diffraction specific coherent panoramagrams of real scenes

  • Barabas J
  • Jolly S
  • Smalley D
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We have previously introduced the Diffraction Specific Coherent Panoramagram – a multi-view holographic stereogram that provides correct visual accommodation as well as smooth motion parallax with far fewer views than a normal stere- ogram. This method uses scene depth information to generate directionally-varying wavefront curvature, and can be com- puted at interactive rates using off-the-shelf graphics processors. In earlier work we used z-buffer information associated with parallax views rendered from synthetic graphics models; in this paper we demonstrate the computation of Diffraction Specific Coherent Panoramagrams of real-world scenes captured by cameras.

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  • 3-d display
  • Cameras
  • Diffraction
  • Holography
  • Stereo holograms
  • Visualization
  • Wavefronts
  • computer graphics
  • graphics processors
  • holographic video
  • synthetic holography

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  • James Barabas

  • Sundeep Jolly

  • Daniel E. Smalley

  • V. Michael Bove, Jr.

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